Inter Milan still concentrating on title success, claims Conte


Inter Milan manager Antonio Conte has said that the club is not going to give up on their goal to win the Serie A title. Inter is currently placed at thirds position from six points behind the first positioned Juventus. The comeback match from the three-month-long break was against Sampdoria which they won for 2–1 on Sunday. Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez teamed up well in the match. Inter has definitely improvised from their loss to Napoli in the semi-final of Coppa Italia.

Conte in the news conference said that in Sunday’s matchtheir main aim was to win and close the gap of six points between the first position. The team is believing that they want to achieve something extraordinary.
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Fabio Radaelli says Barcelona are the ideal club for Lautaro Martinez

Former Racing Club manager Fabio Radaelli has said that Lautaro Martinez should make the switch to Barcelona to work with the world-class Lionel Messi. The Argentine is currently in his second season with Inter Milan following the move from Racing and he has been in good form with 16 goals and four assists from 31 appearances.

Speaking to Toda Pasion, Radaelli was pleased with Martinez’s progress with the Nerazzurri but believes he could find it hard to turn down a move to the Spanish champions, he told: “I believe that those of such quality can play anywhere. Lautaro is a player for the big leagues.I liked it when he went to Inter, I felt that he was going to an ideal place because there is Javier Zanetti, who works very well, I know him and I know the human quality he has because we were partners at Banfield. With him, Lautaro was going to feel content but the truth is that when one is linked with Barcelona, ​​a club related purely and exclusively to Messi, a player from another planet, it seems that one forces themselves to go there.”
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Luis Figo hails Romelu Lukaku’s impressive debut season with Inter

Former Inter Milan star Luis Figo has heaped praise on striker Romelu Lukaku, who has been the leading goalscorer for the Nerazzurri this term. The Belgium international made the move to the Nerazzurri from Manchester United last summer and he has since proved a quality purchase, having already contributed 21 goals and five assists in all competitions.

In an interview covered by, Figo said that Lukaku has had a fantastic season with the San Siro giants and believes the markman could aid the Nerazzurri’s chances of winning the Scudetto, he told: “He has been fantastic this year. He is happy, and I think you notice it. He scores a lot, it helps if the team is solid and believe in their chances of winning the Scudetto. There are many differences between Serie A and the Premier League, but he doesn’t surprise me. When you have a sense of goal like that, you will always score, even if you play in China.”
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Inter Milan defender determined to prove his worth to the Netherlands

Inter Milan centre-back Stefan de Vrij has said that he has transformed into a better defender than he was at the 2014 World Cup, where the Netherlands progressed until the semi-final stage. The 27-year-old has dropped down the selection order for the national team over the past year and he is currently behind Virgil van Dijk and Matthijs de Ligt for a central defensive role.

Speaking to reporters, De Vrij stressed that he has evolved since the country’s participation at the 2014 World Cup and he must remain positive to pounce on any opportunities with the national side, he told: “I feel that I am a better defender than at the 2014 World Cup when I was a starter. I must remain positive, always do my best and wait for my chance to impress.”
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Antonio Conte comments on Inter Milan’s Scudetto prospects


Inter Milan manager Antonio Conte has happened to dismiss the club’s title prospects by stating that both Juventus and Napoli are better than them. The Nerazzurri started the season on a strong note with six victories on the bounce but their winning streak was halted with a defeat to Juventus before the international break.

In an interview covered by Tuttosport, Conte said that the Nerazzurri fans need to be realistic over the ambitions and both Juventus and Napoli are better equipped to compete for the title, he told: “I think believing costs nothing for Inter fans, Napoli and other teams. Then you have to be objective and to look at reality.
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Inter Milan face Barcelona in the Champions League in what promises to be a classic between two of Europe’s biggest giants. The Catalan giants will be entering the match as the favorites despite their unconvincing draw in the opening game away to Dortmund.

Inter Milan have looked rejuvenated this season under manager Antonio Conte who has been able to revive the fortunes of the Italian club. They have been perfect in the Serie A run as they look to end Juventus’ dominance.

However facing Barcelona at the Nou Camp is a different battle to that of the Serie A. The last time that Inter Milan had any meaning full impact in the Champions League they were able to bank on a strong defence,

The likes of Christian Chivu, Walter Samuel, Lucio, and Javier Zanetti were the bedrock for the treble-winning team. Antonio Conte has a similar defence with Diego Godin, Milan Skriniar and De Vrij excellent players alongside the experienced KwadwoAsamoah.

Sanchez says Lukaku convinced him to join Inter

Chile international Alexis Sanchez has said that Romelu Lukaku played a role in convincing him to join Inter Milan during the summer transfer window. The marksman had endured a frustrating 19-month spell with Manchester United and that contributed towards the move to the Nerazzurri on a season-long loan.

Speaking to Sky Italy, Sanchez said that he is happy to make the return to the Serie A and will seek to end the Nerazzurri’s eight-year wait for the league title. He added that former United teammate Lukaku influenced his decision to join the San Siro giants, he told: “I am happy to return to Italian football, then we will see. I want to do only the best for me, for the team and for the Inter fans.
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Chivu: Manchester United wrong to replace Mourinho

Former Inter Milan player Cristian Chivu believes that the Red Devils made a mistake by replacing Jose Mourinho. He said that the Portuguese manager was an experienced man and that he has a proven track record of winning trophies.

He does not understand why Manchester United was quick to replace Jose Mourinho after he has allowed them to finish second in the Premier League. He said that although Ole Gunnar Solskjaer might be a good manager he does not have the experience of managing a big club and that he will have a hard time at Manchester United. Continue reading “Chivu: Manchester United wrong to replace Mourinho”

Luciano Spalletti backs Inter Milan to seal Champions League spot

Inter Milan manager Luciano Spalletti has admitted that the players are disappointed after the Europa League exit but they must regroup and concentrate on the top four race in the Serie A. The Nerazzurri suffered a surprise 1-0 aggregate defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt during the round of 16 stage of the Europa League and this ended the club’s prospects of qualifying for the Champions League by winning the competition.

Speaking to reporters, Spalletti acknowledged that there was plenty of sorrow following the unexpected defeat to Frankfurt, where Luka Jovic’s sole goal at the San Siro made the difference. He added that the team must dust off the disappointment and concentrate on the finishing as high as possible in the Serie A.
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Inter Milan Keen to End Contract Stand-Off with Mauro Icardi

Inter Milan were able to get a crucial win over Sampdoria despite not having Mauro Icardi in the line-up. The striker was watching from the stands, as Inter were able to claim a late victory in a thrilling match on Sunday. Danilo D’Ambrosio and Radja Nainggolan came up with the goals for Inter in a very thrilling encounter but it could have been very different had it not been for the latter’s late winner, as Manolo Gabbiadini had come up with an equaliser for Sampdoria. The victory moved Inter Milan to a strong position of a four-point advantage over rivals AC Milan – even if they remain in the third place.

Ahead of the match, the headlines were created by Mauro Icardi, whose captaincy was taken away due to a lack of agreement over contract issues. The striker has also pulled out of the squad that will take on rapid Vienna in the Europa League. He had been withdrawn from the match against Sampdoria citing a knee injury. The player had been linked with a move away from Inter even as early as in January especially with Chelsea interested in his services. However, serious interest did not materialise. Manager Luciano Spalletti said that the talks are ongoing in order to get Icardi back into the team by doing away with the contract stand-off.

“I really appreciated that Icardi came to the stadium but I would have appreciated it even more if he had come into the dressing room afterward to celebrate with his teammates. To get back to normal there are more steps to be made, more efforts. Icardi has to experience with the team the happiness of being part of this group,” said Spalletti after the match. Mauro Icardi has been in decent form this season and the 25-year-old has been able to come up with nine goals in 18 starts in the league.