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Final Score: Inter 1-1 Lazio

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Ciro Immobile and Stefano Sensi both saw red as Inter were held to a 1-1 draw by Lazio in an ill-tempered Serie A clash at Stadio Olimpico.

2020/2021 Serie A
1-1
Milinkovic-Savic (55′)
Immobile (69′)
Lautaro (30′)
Sensi (86′)

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Match Report
Lautaro Martinez kept up his fine start to the season to open the scoring in the 30th minute of Sunday’s clash, lashing in a shot which Thomas Strakosha failed to keep out.

But with Romelu Lukaku wasting a chance to double Inter’s lead, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic’s brilliant header restored parity.

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Line-ups
Lazio XI: Lucas, Radu, Immobile, Acerbi, Alberto, Patric, Strakosha, Correa, Lazzari, Marusic, Milinkovic-Savic

Subs: Reina, Caicedo, Parolo, J. Akpa Akpro, D. Anderson, Bastos, Escalante, Cataldi, Fares, N. Armini, M. Alia

Inter XI: Perisic, Vidal, Handanovic, Lukaku, De Vrij, Skriniar, Gagliardini, Barella, Lautaro, Hakimi, Bastoni

Subs: Young, Sanchez, Kolarov, Padelli, Ranocchia, Eriksen, D’Ambrosio, Brozovic, Sensi, Radu, Pinamonti, Pirola


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Madrid gets advantage: Inter prepares shocking swap Deal ‘Eriksen for Regulion’

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Even though he only just arrived in January, Christian Eriksen doesn’t seem to fit into Antonio Conte’s plans and could be put on the market.

Meanwhile, Inter are also looking for a left-back and are being linked with Sergio Reguilon.


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Auturo Vidal will join Inter in days

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Arturo Vidal is expected to become Inter Milan’s newest signing early next week after Barcelona agreed to terminate his contract, according to reports.

The combative 33-year-old was told to find a new club by Ronald Koeman after his arrival earlier this summer – and the Nou Camp giants are even willing to rip up his deal and allow him to leave a year early.

Catalan newspaper Sport have reported that Vidal will jet out to Milan to undertake his medical on Monday or Tuesday ahead of finalising the free transfer.

Vidal has become an unwanted player amid Barcelona’s planned first-team exodus, despite making 43 appearances last season, and Koeman is determined to cut the wage bill at the club.

The Chile international cut a visibly frustrated figure during the Champions League humiliation at the hands of Bayern Munich and will soon fall victim to Koeman’s radical overhaul.

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His imminent departure will allow him to take up a new challenge. It is believed that negotiations with Inter are in their final stages, and the midfielder has also thrashed out personal terms.

Barcelona may demand a minor payment from Inter despite letting Vidal leave for nothing, in a similar move to when Ivan Rakitic rejoined Sevilla earlier this week.

Antonio Conte has been keen to reunite with Vidal in his second season at the helm of Inter, having coached him at Juventus.

The 51-year-old brought in the player from Bayer Leverkusen in 2011 and made him an integral part of his project in Turin.

Vidal netted 40 goals and laid on 21 assists in 126 games under Conte, and the enigmatic tactician will be hopeful the star can help lead his team to the Serie A title next season.

Inter begin pre-season training on Monday and will hope Vidal will be available for the sessions.

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Shocking: Inter denies interest in Messi and Lautaro is not for sale

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Inter have ruled themselves out of the race to sign Lionel Messi this summer.

The Argentine has been strongly linked with the Serie A club in recent months, even before his transfer request at Barcelona.

“We’re not going to sign Leo Messi,” Piero Ausilio, Inter’s sporting director, told Sky Sport.

“I don’t even know where these crazy rumours are coming from.”

Ausilio also signalled a hands-off warning to Barcelona regarding Lautaro Martinez.

“We never started official talks with Barcelona over Lautaro,” Ausilio added.

“The day after his release clause expired, we considered him not for sale.

“It’s over.”

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Final Score: Sevilla 3-2 Inter

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Sevilla claimed a record sixth Europa League triumph this century after 3-2 win over Inter. Tow teams are neck and neck in the first half, Lukaku wins and converts penalty for Inter before De Jong doubles give Sevilla lead, following by Godin heads instant Inter equaliser. Unfortunately, Lukaku diverted Carlos’ bicycle kick into his own net midway through the second half.

2019/2020 UEFA Europa League
3-2
Luuk de Jong (12′)
Luuk de Jong (33′)
Carlos (74′)
Lukaku (5′ PEN)
Godin (35′)


Match Events


0′ The match is about to start!

0′ KICK-OFF! Who can win this match?

5′ Penalty Goal! Sevilla 0-1 Inter (Lukaku)

12′ GOAL! Sevilla 1-1 Inter (Luuk de Jong)

17′ No pen! Carlos handball overlooked by ref

18′ Yellow Card! Conte booked

28′ CHANCE! D’Ambrosio’s header wide out

33′ GOAL! Sevilla 2-1 Inter (Luuk de Jong)

35′ GOAL! Sevilla 2-2 Inter (Godin)

45′ CLOSE! Ocampos’ header denied by Handanovic

55′ Yellow Card! Bastoni booked

57′ CLOSE! Reguilon’s shot hits the net

59′ CLOSE! Young’s long shot over the bar

65′ CLOSE! Lukaku misses a good chance

74′ GOAL! Sevilla 3-2 Inter (Carlos)

82′ CLOSE! Kounde makes goal-line clearance

91′ CLOSE! Candreva’s shot denied

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Line-ups
Sevilla XI: J. Navas, Banega, Fernando, Luuk de Jong, Bounou, Ocampos, Suso, Jordan, Carlos, Reguilon, Kounde

Subs: Vaclik, Vazquez, Escudero, Gudelj, Gomez, Oliver Torres, Munir, En-Nesyri, José Lara, Genaro Rodríguez, Javi Diaz, Pablo Pérez

Inter XI: Young, Handanovic, Godin, Lukaku, De Vrij, D’Ambrosio, Brozovic, Gagliardini, Barella, Lautaro, Bastoni

Subs: Sanchez, Candreva, Padelli, Valero, Moses, Ranocchia, Eriksen, Biraghi, Skriniar, Sensi, Pirola, Esposito.

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Sevilla Vs Inter: Team Preview for UEL…

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After a protracted season disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, we are finally one game away from determining the 2019-20 Europa League winners.

Spanish outfit Sevilla take on Italian giants Inter Milan on Friday night with the showpiece being held at the Stadion Koln in Cologne, Germany.

Both sides will be confident of victory but how do they match up? Sportsmail takes a look at the two teams ahead of kick-off…

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Historical pedigree
Sevilla and Inter are two of the most successful in the competition’s history (either as the Europa League or in its previous guise as the UEFA Cup).

In fact, nobody has won this trophy more times than Sevilla who have it lifted it on five separate occasions. Their triumphs have comes in spades with their maiden 2006 win being followed up a year later, then victory in 2014 was repeated in 2015 and 2016. They are yet to lose in a final of this competition.

Inter Milan have won this trophy three times – with their triumphs all occurring during the 1990s (1991, 1994 and 1998). This places them joint-second alongside Liverpool, Juventus and Atletico Madrid. Unlike Sevilla though, the San Siro outfit have been on the losing side once in a final – coming up short on penalties to Schalke in 1997.

Rather surprisingly this is the first-ever European meeting between Sevilla and Inter Milan.

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Route to the final
It’s been two contrasting routes to the final for Sevilla and Inter. For the former, they’ve been in the competition since the start. Drawn in Group A with Qarabag, APOEL Nicosia and Dudelange; the LaLiga outfit cruised through to top spot as they won their first five games – having scored 14 goals and conceding just two.

Next up was Cluj in the last 32 whom they scraped through via away goals. The first leg in Romania ended 1-1 with the return counter in Spain finishing 0-0. Italian outfit Roma awaited them next following the season restart and they were dispatched 2-0 in the last 16.

The quarter-final and semi-final stages provided Premier League opposition in the shape of Wolves and Manchester United. Lucas Ocampos’ 88th-minute winner saw Sevilla beat Wolves 1-0 – in a game where the Spaniard’s goalkeeper Yassine Bounou saved Raul Jimenez’s 13th-minute penalty.

Sunday’s semi-final against United was as equally as tight. After falling behind to an early Bruno Fernandes penalty, Sevilla equalised through Suso in the first half before Luuk de Jong won the match with 12 minutes remaining.

Meanwhile, for Inter their route in the Europa League began in last 32 after they finished third in their Champions League group behind Barcelona and Borussia Dortmund. However, since dropping down to this competition, Inter have won all five of their matches this season.

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First up was Ludogorets in the last 32. The Italian giants won the first leg 2-0 in Bulgaria before completing the tie with a 2-1 victory back at the San Siro. Once the season restarted, they were drawn to play Getafe in the last 16.

Romelu Lukaku and Christian Eriksen were on the scoresheet to provide a 2-0 win. Next came Bayer Leverkusen in the quarter-finals – a match they won 2-1 with all three goals scored within the first 25 minutes.

And on Monday, Inter produced their best performance of the tournament so far as they crushed Shakhtar Donetsk 5-0 in the semi-finals. Lautaro Martinez and Lukaku both scored a brace, while Danilo D’Ambrosio got the other.

How are they likely to line-up?
It will be contrasting formations in Cologne. Sevilla are likely to stick with their 4-3-3 formation which has served them well.

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Ex-Manchester City winger Jesus Navas will form part of a back four at right back that will include Sergio Regulion at left back. The latter is on loan from Real Madrid but his performances have attracted interest from Chelsea.

In midfield Ever Banega will pull the strings, while Ocampos will form part of their front three alongside Suso and Youssef En-Nesyri.

For Inter, they’ll be playing 3-5-2. Veteran Samir Handanovic will be in goal, while the defence will include the experience of the wily Diego Godin.

Former Manchester United captain Ashley Young will be at left-wing back, while the three in midfield will likely be Nicolo Barella, Marcelo Brozovic and Roberto Gagliardini. And up front will be the deadly duo of Lukaku and Martinez.

So, what are the key battles then?
Diego Carlos vs Romelu Lukaku

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This is probably the biggest match-up of the final. Sevilla defender Diego Carlos is a no-nonsense centre back but is rash and prone to losing his head a little bit.

The Brazilian has conceded successive penalties in the quarter-finals and semi-finals for scything down opponents. He’s going to face an almighty battle against Lukaku who has scored 33 goals in all competitions in his debut Inter season. T

he Belgian’s tally is the most by an Inter player since Samuel Eto’o scored 37 in 2010-11.

Ever Banega vs Marcelo Brozovic

In midfield we have two slick operators going head-to-head. This will be Banega’s swansong at Sevilla with the Argentine leaving the club at the end of this season.

An intelligent midfielder, the 32-year-old will be looking to make his side tick. Meanwhile, Inter’s Brozovic is a box-to-box midfielder who will be looking to play on the front foot, while also disrupting Sevilla’s rhythm.

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Suso vs Ashley Young

It’s Liverpool versus Manchester United of some sorts with Sevilla’s right winger Suso (ex-Liverpool) set to go up against Inter left-wing back Young (ex-United).

Suso will be keen to exploit any spaces that Young leaves behind him when going forward, while equally the latter will be trying to force him back at every opportunity.

And the battle in the dugout?
In their maiden seasons at their respective clubs, Antonio Conte and Julen Lopetegui are both managing in their first-ever major European club final.

The duo are two of six managers to have managed at least 10 Europa League games with a win ratio of 70 per cent or more.

Conte’s record is second-best (played 13, won 10, win ratio = 77 per cent), while Lopetegui’s is fourth-best (played 11, won eight, win ratio = 73%).

Domestically both managers have qualified for the Champions League next season with top-four finishes (Sevilla finished fourth in La Liga, while Inter came second in Serie A – a point behind champions Juventus). After a long campaign, both would love nothing more than to end it with Europa League silverware.

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Barcelona’s target ‘Lautaro’ is happy at Inter

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Lautaro Martinez has been heavily linked with a move to Barcelona this summer but his agent Beto Yaque said the Argentina striker is happy at San Siro.

Lautaro Martínez is “very happy” at Inter amid links to LaLiga giants Barcelona, according to his agent Beto Yaque. The Argentina striker has been tipped to leave Inter for Barça at the end of the season for a potential ink-up with international teammate Leo Messi, though the Italian side have regularly insisted they have no plans to sell the star forward.

The 22-year-old’s €111million (£98.8m) release clause expired in July and Yaque played down the prospect of a transfer from San Siro to Camp Nou.

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“Lautaro’s transfer is more in the media than real life,” Yaque told La Figura de la Cancha. “Lautaro has three years on his contract with Inter and is very happy where he is. He’s had a very good season, still has the Europa League to play for and I hope Inter can go all the way in that competition.”

“I’ve never needed to give Lautaro advice”
Yaque added: “I’ve never needed to give him advice and I don’t need to now either. He’s always been a complete player and has matured over the years.”

Martínez scored 14 Serie A goals as Antonio Conte’s Inter finished second and a point behind champions Juventus in 2019-20.

The Argentina international has managed 19 goals across all competitions ahead of Inter’s Europa League quarter-final against Bayer Leverkusen on Monday.

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Transfer looking real: inter offers £235M for Messi

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Inter Milan are reportedly building up to an attempt at pulling off the most audacious deal in the history of football.

The Italian giants are keeping eagle eyes on the unfolding situation with living legend Lionel Messi at Barcelona, who appears to be growing increasingly discontent by the week.

Messi, 33, has not signed a new deal at Barca and is able to walk away for free next summer, and Inter are ready to come in with an astonishingly lucrative deal, as report Italian oulet.

It is claimed Inter will put forward an incredible offer to Messi, with a collective salary of £235million over a four-year contract.

It would see the mercurial playmaker pocket earn just short of £60m per year, and would continue his playing days in European football through to the age of 38.

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Such a move would mean Messi would once again be playing in the same league as his age-old rival Cristiano Ronaldo, and would replace the Portuguese superstar as the top earner in Serie A.

Despite reclaiming the Ballon d’Or last year and cementing his status as the best player in world football, Messi has been unable to inspire a struggling Barca team who have surrendered their La Liga title to rivals Real Madrid.

Messi and Barca remain involved in this season’s Champions League, which is set for a delayed conclusion in Portugal next month.

Yet this season Messi’s demeanour has sent waves of concern through the Barca camp, with many now fearing he will call time on the club he has spent the entirety of his senior career with.

Following Barca’s penultimate game of the La Liga season, in which they were embarrassingly beaten 2-1 by Osasuna, an emotional Messi let rip in his post-match comments.

Messi spoke about other sides bettering Barcelona for intensity. ‘This result summed up what we have been all season,’ he said, ‘a very inconsistent team’.

Recently Inter chief Giuseppe Marotta has emphatically played down the chances of the club sensationally signing Messi, claiming the move would be like something out of the realms of ‘fantasy football.’

Marotta was forced to address the topic after a large silhouette image of Messi was beamed onto Milan’s famous Duomo cathedral, causing mass hysteria.

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According to NobleSports, Inter’s majority owners used the image to publicise the televising of the club’s game against Napoli on Tuesday evening in China.

And Marotta insisted that he cannot see how Inter can make any deal happen for the six-time Ballon d’Or winner at this moment in time.

Marotta told NS: ‘Messi on the cathedral? It wasn’t my idea. It reminds me of football from the past with such situations. We are talking about an icon, a great player, a desire that everyone has.’

Marotta went onto stress that it would be ‘extraordinary to see such a champion at Inter’, before adding: ‘It’s fantasy football, a utopian situation.’

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Inter Milan lines up for Tottenham’s Ndombele

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Inter Milan have approached Tottenham about signing midfielder Tanguy Ndombele this summer, according to reports.

The Frenchman has been linked with an early exit from the club following a nightmare first season blighted by fitness problems and poor performances, with the player said to have fallen out with Jose Mourinho.

Barcelona have also been touted as a possible destination for the 23-year-old, who was one of the most coveted midfielders in the world before leaving Lyon last year. He ended up joining Spurs in a club-record deal worth £63million.

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Now Antonio Conte’s men are keen to end his disastrous spell and bring him to the San Siro, according to NobleSports, with talks reportedly already under way. It would be their second signing from Spurs this year after taking Christian Eriksen in January.

Ndombele enjoyed a good start to his Spurs career initially, scoring on his debut and following it up with an assist in his second game at Manchester City.

But since then he has suffered difficult times, picking up niggling injuries and struggling to remain fit – he played the full 90 minutes in just three Premier League campaigns last season.

He was also opened to ridicule after a video of him barely tracking back to chase midfielder Pedro Neto in a 3-2 home loss to Wolves went viral, with Mourinho simply laughing after being quizzed on the clip in question.

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Two games later, in their 1-1 draw with Burnley, he was forced to hook Ndombele at half time, claiming he ‘didn’t have a midfield’.

Reports in France claimed their relationship was beyond breaking point, and the Portuguese boss was forced to insist there was no issue – despite playing him just twice from the bench after the Premier League restart.

‘You know, it’s not just him,’ he said after a 2-0 win over West Ham. ‘I try to do the best for my team. I cannot start the game with 12 or 13 players, I try to do the best for the team.

‘Sometimes I apologise to my players that are not my first choice because I feel their work in training deserves something more than I give but I have to do my job the best I can and I felt for these two matches I didn’t need him.’

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Inter Milan CEO plays down the singing of Leo Messi

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Inter Milan chief Giuseppe Marotta has emphatically played down the chances of the club sensationally signing Barcelona star Lionel Messi.

Messi’s contract at the Nou Camp expires in the summer of 2021, and it was recently reported by Italian outlet Gazzetta dello Sport that Inter’s majority shareholders Suning Holdings Group are plotting a move for the 33-year-old.

The report claimed that Inter’s owners believe they have the cash to lure the Argentine superstar to the San Siro next year.

Furthermore, a stir was caused in Milan and beyond on Tuesday after a picture of Messi projected onto the city’s cathedral was doing the rounds on social media.

But according to Italian media, Inter’s majority owners used the image to publicise the televising of the club’s game against Napoli on Tuesday evening in China.

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And Marotta insisted that he cannot see how Inter can make any deal happen for the six-time Ballon d’Or winner at this moment in time.

Marotta told Sky Sport Italia: ‘Messi on the cathedral? It wasn’t my idea. It reminds me of football from the past with such situations. We are talking about an icon, a great player, a desire that everyone has.’

Marotta went onto stress that it would be ‘extraordinary to see such a champion at Inter’, before adding: ‘It’s fantasy football, a utopian situation.’

Though a farewell with Barcelona still seems unthinkable, Messi’s contract does expire next year and given his current unhappiness amid a season of upheaval on and off the pitch, potential suitors are circling.

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Final score: Inter 2-0 Napoli

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Goalscorers

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Martinez75

Match report

Inter were clinical in their finishing, unlike Napoli, as Danilo D’Ambrosio and a spectacular Lautaro Martinez solo effort secured a 2-0 victory.

Samir Handanovic kept his third consecutive clean sheet, although it wasn’t easy, as Lorenzo Insigne, Eljif Elmas and Piotr Zielinski all had good scoring opportunities for the Partenopei.

D’Ambrosio met the inspired Cristiano Biraghi pull-back to open the scoring, then substitute Lautaro Martinez turned on the style with his scorching run from midfield and long-range finish into the far bottom corner.

Lazio, in fourth, will play Brescia on Wednesday, with Simone Inzaghi’s side also still in with a chance of finishing second, with their final game against Napoli at the weekend.

Danilo D’Ambrosio put Inter ahead after 11 minutes at the San Siro with Lautaro Martinez adding a second with 15 minutes to go against seventh-placed Napoli.

Gennaro Gattuso admitted Napoli would need to find goal-scoring solutions before they face Barcelona in the Champions League last 16 on 8 August.

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Genoa Vs Inter starting Xi’s revealed

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The line-ups of Genoa vs Inter have been announced.

Genoa XI: Behrami, Zapata, Criscito, Perin, Ankersen, Goldaniga, Jagiełło, Favilli, Pinamonti, Romero, Rovella

Subs: Pandev, Masiello, Schone, Marchetti, S. Eriksson, Destro, S. Ichazo, Biraschi, Barreca, Cassata, Ghiglione

Inter XI: Handanovic, Godin, Moses, Ranocchia, Lukaku, Eriksen, Brozovic, Biraghi, Skriniar, Gagliardini, Lautaro

Subs: Young, Berni, Sanchez, Candreva, Padelli, Valero, De Vrij, D’Ambrosio, Bastoni, Agoume, Pirola, Esposito.


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‘I love Inter’s Shirt – Zaniolo

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Roma forward Nicolò Zaniolo has reassured the Giallorossi faithful with a message of affection. ‘Really, I love this shirt’.

The rumours regarding Zaniolo’s future at the Olimpico were sparked by coach Paulo Fonseca’s criticism of the player’s attitude after a 2-1 win over Hellas Verona.

The Italy international’s representatives have since asked for a meeting with CEO Guido Fienga but the former Inter youngster has reiterated his love for the club in a post on Instagram.

“It’s like when you fall in love,” Zaniolo wrote on social media. “You feel good together, she brings out the best in you and you want to be seen with her.

“It’s the same thing. Really, I love this shirt.”

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Final score: Spal 0-4 Inter

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Game is over and the final score is SPAL 0-4 Inter. Here is the match report.

2019/2020 Serie A
0-4
Candreva (37′)
Biraghi (55′)
Sanchez (60′)
Gagliardini (74′)


Match Events


0′ The match is about to start!

5′ CLOSE! Brozovic’s hits the post

15′ Gagliardini’s header too straight

18′ Missed! Petagna hits the beam

26′ Sanchez’s long shot wide out

37′ GOAL! SPAL 0-1 Inter (Candreva)

40′ Strefezza goes down in the box but ref says no penalty!

55′ GOAL! SPAL 0-2 Inter (Biraghi)

60′ GOAL! SPAL 0-3 Inter (Sanchez)

68′ Petagna’s long shot inches wide

74′ GOAL! SPAL 0-4 Inter (Gagliardini)

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Line-ups


SPAL XI: Valdifiori, Dabo, J. Sala, A. Cerri, Reca, Petagna, Vicari, Bonifazi, Letica, Murgia, Strefezza

Subs: Floccari, Missiroli, Felipe, Cionek, Tomovic, Salamon, L.Castro, D’Alessandro, Di Francesco, Tunjov, Thiam, Meneghetti

Inter XI: Sanchez, Handanovic, Candreva, Ranocchia, Eriksen, Brozovic, Biraghi, Skriniar, Gagliardini, Lautaro, Bastoni

Subs: Young, Berni, Padelli, Valero, Asamoah, Moses, De Vrij, D’Ambrosio, Agoume, Pirola, Esposito.

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Spal Vs Inter starting Xi’s revealed

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The line-ups of SPAL vs Inter have been announced.

SPAL XI: Valdifiori, Dabo, J. Sala, A. Cerri, Reca, Petagna, Vicari, Bonifazi, Letica, Murgia, Strefezza

Subs: Floccari, Missiroli, Felipe, Cionek, Tomovic, Salamon, L.Castro, D’Alessandro, Di Francesco, Tunjov, Thiam, Meneghetti

Inter XI: Sanchez, Handanovic, Candreva, Ranocchia, Eriksen, Brozovic, Biraghi, Skriniar, Gagliardini, Lautaro, Bastoni

Subs: Young, Berni, Padelli, Valero, Asamoah, Moses, De Vrij, D’Ambrosio, Agoume, Pirola, Esposito.

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Inter Vs Torino starting Xi’s Confirmed

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The line-ups of Inter vs Torino have been announced.

Inter XI: Young, Sanchez, Handanovic, Valero, Godin, De Vrij, D’Ambrosio, Brozovic, Gagliardini, Lautaro, Bastoni

Subs: Berni, Candreva, Padelli, Asamoah, Ranocchia, Eriksen, Biraghi, Skriniar, Agoume, Pirola, Esposito

Torino XI: De Silvestri, Ansaldi, Nkoulou, Rincon, Sirigu, Verdi, Meite, Izzo, Belotti, Aina, Gleison

Subs: Ujkani, Rosati, Djidji, Lukic, Berenguer, Edera, Lyanco, Millico, M. Adopo, E. Ghazoini, Singo, J. Greco.

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Inter hopes Lautaro snubs Barcelona and renew contract

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Inter Milan hope that Lautaro Martinez will shun Barcelona and agree to a new deal with the club when his release clause expires on Tuesday.

Martinez has a release clause in his contract of £97 million, but it can only be activated by July 7 by clubs outside of Italy.

Once Martinez’s contract expires on Tuesday, Inter will offer the forward a new and improved deal.

The improved terms will double his current salary, which currently sits at £2.5m per season plus performance-related bonuses.

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His contract will also be extended from 2023 to 2024 and it is likely that Inter will increase the release clause beyond £97m, according to NobleSports.

Inter hope the expiration of Martinez’s contract will prevent him from moving to Barcelona.

The Argentine forward has been heavily linked with a move to the Nou Camp over the past few months.

The Spanish giants see Martinez as an ideal long-term replacement for Luis Suarez.

However, it is believed that Barca are struggling financially after the coronavirus crisis and are unable to meet Inter’s asking price.

Inter have also made it clear that they have no plans to lower the price of their star player.

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Inter set wooping offer for Chelsea’s Emerson

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According to La Gazzetta dello Sport via Sport Witness, Inter Milan are pressing ahead with a move for Emerson, so much so that they have disregarded other targets as Antonio Conte looks to reunite with the wing-back.

Per the report, a €20m plus €5m bid has been proposed to Chelsea, who are in the market for a new left-back after the inconsistent performances of Emerson and Marcos Alonso throughout the season.

Inter are reportedly “waiting for the right time to enter in negotiations”, while Emerson has “already said yes” to a potential sale as he is keen to reboot his career following just 14 league appearances all campaign, including only two since the turn of the year.

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Inter to renew Lautaro’s contract till 2024

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Lautaro Martinez’s release clause expires on Tuesday and Inter hope that’ll be the trigger for him to shun Barcelona and sign a new, improved contract.

The Argentine has a clause worth €111m in his current deal, but it can only be activated by July 7 by clubs outside of Italy.

As Barca are struggling financially in the post-COVID landscape, they have been unable to offer the full amount, while Inter have no intention of negotiating the figure down.

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According to NobleSports, after the deadline passes on Tuesday, Inter will present their plans for the future to Lautaro Martinez, including an improved contract.

This would double his current salary, which stands at €2.5m per season plus performance-related bonuses.

The contract would also be extended from 2023 to 2024 and it’s possible they’ll aim to increase the release clause beyond €111m.

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Final Score : Inter 6-0 Brescia

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Game is over and the final score is Inter 6-0 Brescia. Here is the match report.

2019/2020 Serie A
6-0
Young (5′)
Sanchez (20′ PEN)
D’Ambrosio (45′)
Gagliardini (52′)
Eriksen (83′)
Candreva (88′)


Match Events


0′ The match is about to start!

1′ KICK-OFF! Who can win this match?

5′ GOAL! Inter 1-0 Brescia (Young)

20′ Penalty Goal! Inter 2-0 Brescia (Sanchez)

24′ CLOSE! Lautaro’s header wide out

36′ Gagliardini’s shot stopped by Joronen

45′ GOAL! Inter 3-0 Brescia (D’Ambrosio)

49′ Lautaro’s shot over the bar

52′ GOAL! Inter 4-0 Brescia (Gagliardini)

63′ CHANCE! Moses’ lob shot wide out

70′ CLOSE! Candreva hits the beam

83′ GOAL! Inter 5-0 Brescia (Eriksen)

88′ GOAL! Inter 6-0 Brescia (Candreva)

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Line-ups


Inter XI: Young, Sanchez, Handanovic, Valero, Moses, De Vrij, D’Ambrosio, Gagliardini, Barella, Lautaro, Bastoni

Subs: Candreva, Padelli, Godin, Asamoah, Ranocchia, Lukaku, Eriksen, Brozovic, Biraghi, Agoume, Pirola, Esposito

Brescia XI: Dessena, A. Donnarumma, J. Joronen, S. Skrabb, S. Sabelli, J. Zmrhal, Mateju, F. Aye, A. Semprini, Tonali, A. Papetti

Subs: D. Gastaldello, B. Bjarnason, E. Torregrossa, Martella, N. Špalek, L. Andrenacci, M. Mangraviti, M. Viviani, A. Ghezzi.

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Achraf Hakimi will not be playing for Real Madrid next season as he looks to conclude a deal to join Inter.

Currently on loan at Borussia Dortmund, the Moroccan international has impressed many, but Dani Carvajal’s position as undisputed starter at right-back for Real Madrid complicates things.

Real Madrid were in contact with Achraf’s agent throughout the current campaign, and Bayern Munich’s interest in January acted as a catalyst in letting Los Blancos know that the player is looking for regular time on the pitch.

Talk in Italy suggests that Achraf will arrive in Milan on Tuesday to seal a switch to Inter for 40 million euros.

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The deal hasn’t been completed yet, and the player’s agent is in charge of finalising any proposal which will then be presented to Real Madrid, who also want to have some kind of buy-back option included.

NobleSports Reliable Sources reported on Monday that Achraf had all but sealed the deal having had a medical already, before flying to Milan to sign a new contact.

On Sunday, Inter CEO Giuseppe Marotta confirmed that the talks were on the right track though stated that nothing was complete yet.

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The line-ups of Parma vs Inter have been announced.

Parma XI: Bruno Alves, Y. Gervinho, J. Kucka, L. Sepe, M. Scozzarella, Kurtic, Laurini, K. Dermaku, A. Cornelius, R. Gagliolo, Kulusevski

Subs: A. Barillà, Darmian, L. Siligardi, Regini, S. Colombi, G. Brugman, Caprari, Hernani, M. Sprocati, Karamoh, Radu, Pezzella

Inter XI: Handanovic, Candreva, Godin, Lukaku, Eriksen, De Vrij, D’Ambrosio, Biraghi, Gagliardini, Barella, Lautaro

Subs: Young, Berni, Sanchez, Padelli, Valero, Asamoah, Moses, Ranocchia, Bastoni, Agoume, Pirola, Esposito.

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Inter are in advanced talks to sign Achraf Hakimi, according to Di Marzio.

Reports this afternoon are claiming Real Madrid full-back Achraf Hakimi is about to join Inter in a €40m deal.

Hakimi is currently on loan at Borussia Dortmund, but his two-year arrangement is coming to an end.

The 21-year-old has already given Inter the green light to signing for them.

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Furthermore, the Nerazzurri would be in advanced talks over a €40m transfer for the Moroccan, who has provided 10 assists in 32 appearances this season.

He particularly caught the eye during Dortmund’s Champions League group games against Inter before the turn of the year.

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