Inter Milan Eye Liverpool Trio – Johnson, Borini and Lucas

Roberto Mancini is looking to add reinforcements and has reportedly targeted the Liverpool trio. Media outlets in Italy believe Inter Milan are planning a transfer raid on Liverpool in the upcoming transfer window. Newly appointed manager Roberto Mancini is reportedly eyeing the services of three players who are facing uncertain futures at Anfield. Inter Milan director Piero Ausilio was in attendance to see Liverpool beat Leicester City on Tuesday night and it is believed they are interested in securing the services of Glen Johnson, Lucas Leiva and Fabio Borini. At this moment the Nerazzurri do not have enough transfer budget to invest heavily in winter as they recently had to terminate the contract of previous manager Walter Mazzarri. It will be difficult for them to sign top players but still they are looking to strengthen the squad with loan deals. Fabio Borini who has struggled to cement his place in the starting lineup at Anfield is a genuine target for […] Read more »

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Report: Inter Milan Linked To Liverpool’s Captain Steven Gerrard

Inter Milan’s newly appointed boss Roberto Mancini has aimed his eyes to sign Liverpool captain and talisman Steven Gerrard. Inter Milan could mount a move for Gerrard in January, unless the Liverpool captain agrees a new deal which allows him to stay at Anfield. Gerrard has also a number of options to consider, as the 34 year old runs out of contract next year. Gerrard is also linked to USA’s Major League Soccer team New York Cosmos. But according to the Football Grapevine, a move to Italian powerhouses Inter Milan could be a lucrative deal for the Englishman. Steven Gerrard has been at the thick of transfer rumors ever since Liverpool failed to renew his contract. The 34 year old could most likely leave Anfield as his performances have been uncanny recently. While Liverpool struggle at the bottom half of the table, Steven Gerrard’s loss in January could be pivotal for them as they could slip even further down the […] Read more »


I Never Thought I’d Come Back To Inter Milan, Admits Roberto Mancini

Roberto Mancini has returned to Inter Milan having previously won three Scudetti, two Coppa Italia and two Italian Super cups in the period from 2004 to 2008. He has replaced Walter Mazzarri and held his presentation Press conference few moments ago. He was presented an Inter shirt that read: Mancini – 2+2+6 which was an indication of the number of games he had on the Inter bench (226). “I was very pleased to receive the affection of the fans. I never thought I’d come back to Inter, but it all happened so quickly. These things can happen in football,” he said. “I don’t know all the players well yet, so it’s difficult to compare with the team I left. Usually when a Coach is changed, it means things aren’t going well and it is not always just the fault of the Coach. I consider Mazzarri to be a good Coach.” “We need to do something, I hope we can repeat […] Read more »


Roberto Mancini Confirmed As New Inter Milan Coach

Inter Milan have officially sacked Walter Mazzarri and former head coach Roberto Mancini has been appointed in his place. There had been speculations regarding the future of current Inter Milan coach following a string of poor results and finally club president Erik Thohir has decided to replace Walter Mazzarri with former boss Roberto Mancini. “FC Internazionale would like to announce that Walter Mazzarri has been relieved of his duties as first team coach,” Inter Milan confirmed in a statement on their official website. “The club would like to thank Mazzarri for the commitment, dedication and professionalism he showed over his 17 months in charge.” Erik Thohir has made his biggest decision since becoming the President of Inter Milan after deciding to replace Walter Mazzarri with former Manchester City and Galatasaray manager Roberto Mancini. Mancini will sign a two and half year contract with the Nerazzurri. “Today I made the difficult decision to suspend Walter Mazzarri as Head Coach,” wrote President […] Read more »


Inter Milan Want Misfit Arsenal Striker

Misfit Arsenal striker, Joel Campbell, could leave the Emirates for a potential move to Serie A giants Inter Milan, according to Daily Mail. Inter Milan have already opened discussions about taking the 22 year old and the Serie A club has had talks with Campbell’s representatives about a £5 million January move. Joel Campbell who garnered interest from Benfica in the last summer window, revealed to Mirror Sports that he wants to leave Arsenal, as regular game time has eluded him despite being fit. Campbell has only made one appearance for Arsenal and has been axed from the first team squad over the last three game. The Costa Rica star who highly impressed in World Cup 2014, has told his team mates that he wants to quit Arsenal for regular football elsewhere. The 22 year old also had the chance to move away from the Emirates last summer window, but Arsene Wenger blocked the deadline day move by Benfica, in order […] Read more »


Croatian Hotshot Andrej Kramaric Admits Milan Desire

AC Milan and Inter Milan will reportedly make a move for HNK Rijeka striker Andrej Kramaric, who admitted that he would like to play for either of the Milan giants in the near future. The 23-year-old has been linked with a switch to Serie A in the coming months according to Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport as his current deal is due to expire at the end of the season. The Croatian forward has appreciated the prospect of playing at San Siro in a recent interview with MilanNews.it. “As football is my life, it would be great one day to play with one of the two Milanese clubs,” Kramaric told. “It would be great to follow my compatriots’ footsteps – people like Zvonimir Boban, Alen Boksic, Robert Jarni and Milan Rapaic have all left their mark in Italy. And also Mateo Kovacic is doing very well at Inter.” “Pippo Inzaghi has been a great player and not many had the same instinct […] Read more »