Geoffrey Kondogbia has revealed a phone call from Inter Milan coach Roberto Mancini convinced him to join the club in a $45 million deal from Monaco.
The France international underwent a medical on Monday after signing a four-year deal worth 4 million euros a year ($4.5m) on Sunday.
Kondogbia looked set to join AC Milan at the weekend but he said the intervention of Mancini persuaded...
Internazionale coach Roberto Mancini says he would sign striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic straight away if Paris Saint-Germain decide to sell the player. The 33-year-old, a target for Arsenal and Chelsea, was one of the key elements at Internazionale before he joined Barcelona and would be a welcome return at Milan. Mancini also spoke about midfielder Mateo […]
Internazionale coach Roberto Mancini admits Sampdoria have to drop points if his side is to qualify for next season's Champions League. The Nerazzurri will play Genoa tonight before finishing the season at home against Empoli. Sampdoria are away at Empoli this weekend and have an easy game to end the campaign when they host Parma […]
Internazionale coach Roberto Mancini admits experienced players are needed if his side is to fight for the title next season. The Nerazzurri's hopes of qualifying for next season's Europa League were dented as they fell to a 2-1 defeat at home against Juventus. But Mancini insists this will not affect the way Internazionale will work […]
Coach Roberto Mancini expects a tough game when Internazionale host Juventus on Saturday afternoon. Fresh from their impressive qualification to the Champions League's final and already crowned champions in the Serie A, Mancini will be hoping for Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri to rest key players ahead of the Italian Cup final as he again insists […]
The clubs of Milan are no longer what they once were. Tuesday we brought the AC Milan edition to you, and today belongs to Inter. I wrote about them back in November, particluarly Roberto Mancini’s appointment back to the club he once managed from 2004 to 2008. He constantly fell short when it came to European competition, which played a big part in his eventual departure.
Sometimes, good friends just drift apart. Sure, the relationship appears to be strong on the surface—and in often cases it is—but a little time away could do a whole lot of good. Then other times, good friends drift apart but upon reuniting, pick up right where they left off. For Inter Milan and “new” manager Roberto Mancini, this might be a little bit of both.