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 By Ben Gladwell

Domenico Criscito eager to join Inter Milan from Zenit St Petersburg

FC Krasnodar ended Zenit Saint Petersburg's perfect record in the Russian Premier League in dramatic style by a score of 2-0.

Zenit St Petersburg full-back Domenico Criscito says he would jump at the chance of joining Inter Milan -- although everything is in the hands of his agent, who is not so optimistic about a move going through.

Criscito, 28, told fcinternews.it he feels the time is right to return to Serie A after five years in Russia, and that Inter would be at the top of his list.

"Yes, Inter have shown an interest and I'm really pleased about that," the former Juventus and Genoa player said. "But it's something...

Sepp Blatter urges Europe to back his '6 plus 5' local talent rule

Spain and Italy were drawn together as the qualifying groups of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia were decided.

ZURICH -- FIFA president Sepp Blatter has asked western Europe for "a little good will" to follow Russia and limit foreign players in club lineups.

Blatter promotes his "6-plus-5" idea in FIFA's weekly magazine, to "honor local talent" by forcing clubs to start matches with six players eligible for the national team.

His original proposal caused conflict with Michel Platini's UEFA before being dropped in 2010 because the European Union protects workers' free movement.

Blatter says non-English players...

Russia wants $31,000 a month salary cap to curb financial problems

MOSCOW (AP) -- Russian football bosses have called for star players' salaries to be capped at just $31,000 a month in a move which could change the face of football in the 2018 World Cup host nation.

Top Russian clubs, many of them financed by government-owned companies, have massively increased spending on stars over the last decade.

However, recently some club clubs have faced financial problems or fallen foul of UEFA's financial fair play (FFP) restrictions, such as Dynamo Moscow, banned from...