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new-inter-badgeAccording to reports in England, Inter are being linked with England and Manchester City midfielder James Milner who is available on Bosman transfer at the end od the season, and can sign a pre-contract with Inter next month.

The 28-year-old Milner was signed by Roberto Mancini back in 2010 for £28.5 million from Aston Villa and the winger-come-midfielder has become a key part on Man City’s surge to power in the Premier League.

Milner has played 14 times for Man City this season and has added plenty of industry and work-rate to the Man City midfield as well as creating 32 chances for Manuel Pellegrini’s side.


new-inter-badgeInter midfielder Rene Krhin is reportedly set to meet with his agents to discuss his future with the Biscione ahead of the January transfer window.

The 24-year-old, whose current contract with the Nerazzurri is set to expire in June 2016, has struggled to break into the Inter lineup this season and could be open to making a move away from the club this winter depending on Roberto Mancini’s plans for him.

According to FcInterNews.it, the Slovenian international will be holding a meeting with his representatives to figure out where he may be playing for the second half of the season as there’s a chance Inter could sell him in order to increase the club’s finances for the transfer market.


new-inter-badgeThere are multiple reports Inter could take Adnan Januzaj on loan from Manchester United in January.

According to both the Daily Express and La Gazzetta dello Sport, the 19-year-old will be sent out for six months to gain experience after struggling to get into Louis van Gaal’s line-up.

Roberto Mancini has requested a wide attacker for a 4-3-3 formation, but first choices Alessio Cerci and Ezequiel Lavezzi are proving tough to pry away from Atletico Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain respectively.

Januzaj would be a far more affordable option if the 19-year-old Belgium international were to be loaned without the need for a buy-out clause.


Hernanes and Jonathan Miss Chievo Trip

Hernanes-InterHernanes and Jonathan are out of Inter’s tricky trip to Chievo on Monday evening.

The Nerazzurri are in dire need of a boost after two consecutive Serie A defeats left them in the bottom half of the table.

Hernanes has still not recovered from a recent injury, while Jonathan has been unavailable since September.

Inter squad for Chievo: Handanovic, Carrizo, Berni; Juan Jesus, Andreolli, Campagnaro, Vidic, Dodò, Ranocchia, Mbaye, D’Ambrosio, Donkor, Nagatomo; Kovacic, Guarin, Kuzmanovic, Medel, Obi, Krhin, M’Vila; Osvaldo, Palacio, Icardi, Bonazzoli


Mancini: ‘Champions League Within Reach’

mancini-inter-newRoberto Mancini is not concerned by two consecutive defeats, assuring Inter “can compete for the Champions League.”.

They visit Chievo on Monday at 20.00 GMT, click here for a match preview.

“It will be a difficult match, but we must continue our growth process,” said the Coach in his Press conference.

“We lost to Udinese, but are on the right path. We’ll do well in future, we just have to continue like this. We need to take the initiative more and control the match with calm heads. We need to react and we will do it. I am convinced.”


Paolillo: ‘Inter have to sell before buying”

new-inter-badgeFormer Inter chief executive Ernesto Paolillo believes the club will have to sell before they can buy players in January.

The club is battling to comply with UEFA’s Financial Fair Play [FFP] rules, and Paolillo believes that will have a big impact on what the Nerazzurri can do in the transfer window.

“I don’t know Inter’s specific situation regarding what is happening [with UEFA] in Nyon,” the former chief executive told FcInterNews.

“The FFP rules are clear, and the losses they’ve made in the last few years clearly prove that they’re outside those parameters.


vidic-interIl Corriere dello Sport and Gazzette dello Sport are both suggesting that veteran defender Nemanja Vidic’s time in Serie A could be a short one, as both papers expect him to leave Inter as early as January.

The former Manchester United captain was the club’s marquee signing this summer and he signed a lucrative three-year deal.

But the Serbian centre-back struggled to adapt to former Inter boss Walter Mazzarri’s three-man defense and a series of costly errors has seen the 33-year-old was dropped from the side.


Inter Transfer Rumors: Lucas Leiva

lucas-liverpoolLiverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva is said to be considering a January move to Inter Milan in an attempt to secure first-team football, according to reports in Italy.

The Brazilian has made just six appearances in the Premier League this season and has found his place in the Liverpool side under threat.

That has alerted numerous clubs around Europe, with Napoli boss Rafael Bentiez keen on linking up with Lucas for the second time, having also signed the central midfield man during his spell at the Merseyside club.

However, according to Calcio Mercato, Benitez looks as though he will be pipped to Leiva’s signature by Inter Milan.


Inter Transfer Rumors: Ivan Mocinic

new-inter-badgeInter are been heavily linked with Ivan Mocinic and are favorites to sign him ahead of Premier League side Inter.

Mocinic, who plays for Croatian side HNK Rijeka is regarded as one of his country’s hottest prospects.

A host of clubs have been tracking the 21-year-old playmaker, who missed the world Cup in the summer through injury, and Rijeka’s resolve to keep hold of their academy graduate is likely to be tested in the January transfer window.

The Merseysiders were reportedly leading the race to sign Mocinic, but Inter have now declared their interest for the first time and will be buoyed by the news the midfielder is keen to play for the San Siro club.


Mancini: ‘I am absolutely livid’ at defeat

Roberto Mancini is “absolutely livid” after Inter threw away a lead to lose 2-1 against Udinese. “It was a blackout.”

The Nerazzurri suffered their second consecutive Serie A defeat after a 4-2 at Roma.

“I can say the first half we played really well, allowed Udinese nothing, were aggressive and had the chances to score more,” the Coach told Sky Sport Italia.

“For about 15 minutes we had a blackout in which we allowed Udinese to score and conceded two goals – although one of them let’s be honest we basically scored against ourselves. They also had two or three counter-attacks in that period.