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Season Review: Inter Milan

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Inter Milan's Copa America players: Miranda, Murillo, Banega, Medel

The ESPN FC crew respond to Jurgen Klinsmann's comments that the Copa America Centenario has more quality than the 'diluted' Euro 2016 field.
Joao Miranda should find himself busy this summer.

With the Copa America and Rio Olympics just around the corner, Internazionale fans can look forward to watching the best of what South America has to offer.

There may only be five Nerazzurri in action (four at the Copa, with one in Rio), though their quality will more than make up for the lack of quantity...

Joao Miranda, Brazil

Responsible for helping Jeison Murillo form Inter's best defensive partnership since Walter Samuel and Lucio, Miranda may not be the fastest or the flashiest of...

 By Richard Hall

Inter Milan face interesting summer after sudden end to Serie A title hopes

Inter Milan celebration w/ Miranda, Felipe Melo
Inter Milan's Serie A season started with much to celebrate before fizzling out.

Having finished just fourth after a promising start, where do the Nerazzurri go from here? Here's a look back at Inter Milan's 2015-16 season.

Season in a sentence

A campaign of steady progress and missed opportunities.


The highlight of the Nerazzurri's campaign came in the first half of the season when they led the pack at the top of the table. The first five games saw Roberto Mancini's men pick up maximum points, including a victory in the Derby Della Madonnina. The team looked...

 By Richard Hall

Inter Milan end Serie A campaign with a weary defeat at Sassuolo

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti looks back at a disappointing season for Inter Milan, where the club finished fourth in the Serie A.

Saturday's 3-1 defeat for Inter Milan at Sassuolo showed a team ending Serie A wearily, following a long and often criticised campaign.

This last whimper highlighted the problems Roberto Mancini still has at the club ahead of what will be a crucial summer in the transfer market.

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GK Juan Carrizo, 5 -- Inter's reserve goalkeeper proved why he is the second choice with a very poor display. He was unlucky as Matteo Politano's...

 By Richard Hall

Inter Milan must be smart with transfers this summer

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti looks back at a disappointing season for Inter Milan, where the club finished forth in the Serie A.

The expectations and the reality of what a club of Internazionale's size can achieve are often conflicted. After all, the team's 108-year history has been divided by three major success stories: First, there was the superlative late 1930's team spearheaded by Giuseppe Meazza; the second was Helenio Herrera "Grande Inter" team of the 1960's and the third was the Treble-winning team that began during Roberto Mancini's first stint at the club and blossomed under Jose Mourinho in 2010. In between there...

Arsenal target Alvaro Morata and Mauro Icardi to replace Danny Welbeck

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol assesses the rumour that Alvaro Morata is likened to replace Danny Welbeck at Arsenal.
ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Tommy Smyth assess the latest transfer rumours.

The summer transfer window will be opening before you know it, and rumours around the world are picking up steam. As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest gossip. See the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: Arsenal search for Welbeck replacement

With the devastating news that Danny Welbeck will be ruled out for nine months because of a knee injury, Arsenal have stepped up their pursuit of a new striker. According to the Mirror, Juventus' Alvaro Morata is a prime...

 By Richard Hall

Perisic impresses as Inter secure Europa League football

Ivan Perisic scored his seventh Serie A goal of the season as Inter ensured they will finish fourth.

On a warm day in Milan, the Piazza Duomo had a sluggish yet content feel to it. Few Empoli fans made the trip and whether it was the weather, or the apathy towards the season, the San Siro filled up slowly.

The melancholy atmosphere was soon enlivened as the Curva Sud -- not the raucous Curva Nord -- unveiled banners that mocked both Juventus and Milan and a more spritely affair continued when the teams came onto the pitch.

The stadium was, it seemed, awoken from its lethargy and the atmosphere...