Lazio midfielder Marco Parolo believes the club’s Champions League prospect could be decided against Inter Milan in the final league game of the Serie A campaign. Simone Inzaghi’s side played out a credible 0-0 draw against AS Roma in the Rome derby on Sunday, and this sees them occupy the third and fourth positions respectively with a one-point lead over Inter Milan.
Slovakian defender Milan Skriniar is convinced he will play Champions League football with Inter Milan, and won’t seek an exit, should they fail to qualify for next season’s competition. The 23-year-old has been a revelation for the San Siro outfit since his arrival from Sampdoria last summer, and his performances at the heart of the defence have attracted interest from Spanish giants Barcelona.
In an interview with Gazzetta dello Sport, the centre-back stressed that he is content with his stay with the Catalan club, and he is prepared to stick with the San Siro outfit for the long-term, he said: “When I came here, it was said that my price was exaggerated. Now I see it even higher. I’ve heard the talk, I read about Barcelona and other clubs, but I’m only focused on my upcoming commitments: I have to think about games and training. Nothing else matters. Certainly my stay at Inter isn’t linked to whether we qualify for the Champions League, although I’m convinced we’ll reach it regardless because Inter have quality men and professionals. I love this shirt and feel very good in Milan: I said ‘yes’ without hesitation when Spalletti and Ausilio asked me to pick Inter.”
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Respected Italian agent Federico Pastorello believes Mauro Icardi is likely to attract plenty of suitors when the transfer window reopens in July. The Argentina international has been a consistent performer for the Nerazzurri, and he has already notched 18 Serie A goals for the club this term.
In a report covered by Goal.com, Pastorello suggested that Icardi will be the summer’s big transfer with Real Madrid, among other including Paris Saint-Germain deemed to be vying for his signature, he said: “The most expensive transfer of the summer will involve Icardi.”
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Inter Milan captain Mauro Icardi has confessed that he sees himself spending the rest of his career with the club but does not see himself playing until the age of 40 like Francesco Totti.
The striker does not want to play beyond his mid-thirties but is desperate to win silverware with the club.
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Mauro Icardi does not plan to leave Inter Milan in the near future, according to his representative.
The Argentine has been linked with the likes of Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United over the past year, but Icardi’s wife and agent Wanda insists that the striker is going nowhere.
She told Argentinian television station Telefe: “We’ve renewed his contract with Inter three times because when other clubs have wanted Icardi, the club have done everything to keep him, naturally by improving the terms of his deal! Our relationship with their board is great, especially on a personal level. For example, when the girls were born, the club gave us a lot of gifts. That aside, Mauro’s very happy and he’s also the captain. It’s not our intention to leave Milan, but of course, if Mauro changes city for work purposes, we’d follow him.”
Last term, the 24-year-old notched 26 goals in 41 outings for the Nerazzurri whilst also providing seven assists. He has started the new campaign in ever better fashion with four goals from the opening two games against Fiorentina and AS Roma. Continue reading Mauro Icardi has no thoughts of leaving Inter Milan
Premier League holders Chelsea are reportedly making progress towards the signing of Inter Milan ace Antonio Candreva. The 30-year-old has emerged as one among the top targets for Antonio Conte as he looks to strengthen his squad prior to next week’s transfer deadline.
Conte is said to be eyeing at least four signings this month following an average start to the season which includes an opening day loss to Burnley. According to Goal.com, the 47-year-old is keen on a reunion with Candreva after having previously worked together with Italy. Continue reading CHELSEA CHASE CANDEVRA
Inter Milan are under pressure to sell one of its star players Ivan Perisic to former coach Jose Mourinho this summer.
Man United have reportedly agreed personal terms with the forward who they hope to use wide as they chase Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata.
United have also agreed terms with Morata but both deals now depend on the respective clubs agreeing the transfer fees. Real Madrid want the whole of £78 million for Morata while Internazionale are looking at £50 million for Perisic. United value the Croatian £15 million less while their last offer from Morata was £52 million.
It is public knowledge that Inter are under pressure due to Financial Fair Play rules. This would make United negotiate that the final offer move closer to their end. The 28-year old is desperate to play Champions League football at a top side and Mourinho see him as a close match to his ideal wide player Willian – who Chelsea would never release to him. Continue reading INTER MILAN PRESSURED TO SELL PERISIC
It takes a certain degree of disappointment to warrant boos from your own fans.
That was what former InterMilan captainAndrea Ranocchia had to deal with at the Riscone di Brunico training ground as the Nerazzuri unveiled their new kit back in the summer of 2016.
Andrea Ranocchia was billed to be the next great Italian defender when Inter Milan scooped him from Genoa in 2010. The Nerazzuri had just clinched the Champions League courtesy of a Mourinho masterminded campaign that saw them beat Louis van Gaal’s Bayern Munich in the final in Madrid
With inter looking to improve the wears of an ageing squad, Ranocchia’s signing was seen as one of many steps to sustaining the legacy of dominating the Serie A while simultaneously pulling their weight in Europe.
Seven years down the drain, Inter are yet to return to the Champions League since 2011,8th in the Serie A with a certain Stefano Vecchi in charge – the 11th time they’ve changed guard in 7 years–while Ranocchia was somewhere in South Norwood, London on Sunday afternoon gifting the very ball he was supposed to protect to Wilfred Zahaas the winger capitalized on the Italian’s miss-kick to open the scoring on route a win 4-0, effectively lifting The Eagles to safety. Continue reading RANOCCHIA BROUGHT BACK TO EARTH ONCE MORE
Inter Milan has taken a bold step after the loss to Fiorentina and has ordered the players to remain within the premises of the club’s ground for next 7 days so that they can train well and ensure better results in the coming weeks.
It’s not something new in Italian Football. It is known by a specific term ritiro and many clubs have imposed it on their players in the past whenever the performance of the team has been embarrassingly poor.
During ritiro, the players are not allowed to go to their homes after daily training sessions as they normally do, but, they have to spend nights in the club lodge and then indulge into training again the next day.
In the views of the experts, ritiro is not a nice way of treating players at all because they are not kids studying in the 5th or the 6th standard in school. They are adult individuals and are well respected around the world. Continue reading Inter Milan has taken a bold step after the loss to Fiorentina
Inter Milan has not competed in the Champions League since 2012 but the new owners of the Italian club are hoping that this changes soon as representatives of the Suning Holdings Group have recently outlined some of their goals after having taken over Inter Milan which has lately been struggling trying to win any significant piece of silverware.
The Sporting Director of Inter Milan, Piero Ausilio recently revealed that the Chinese owners are serious about pushing Inter Milan not only to the top of the Italian League Serie A but also compete in the prestigious and extremely difficult to win Champions League.
Inter Milan’s Piero Ausilio said: “You can see in their mentality and their potential as a group, how strong they are. They are serious in China and have been ambitious with all they have done in their working life. They want success in football;they have a team in China already and have now acquired a historic brand here with Inter’’ Continue reading The Chinese owners of Inter Milan want to compete in the Champions League