Inter Milan have promised to field a star-studded lineup for next month's China-HK Telelink Cup game against First Division side Sing Tao. Chilean international striker Ivan Zamorano, French star Youri Djorkaeff, former Ajax midfielder Aaron Winter, Swiss midfielder Ciriaco Sforza and Argentina's Javier Zanetti are expected to play in the June 18 match at the Hong Kong Stadium. England international Paul Ince, who signed from Manchester United in 1995 for GBP7 million, will add his own dynamic support to the Inter outfit. The squad will also contain Italian international goalkeeper Gianluca Pagliuca, midfielder Nicola Berti and veteran skipper Giuseppe Bergomi. Inter, led by former Swiss international coach Roy Hodgson, Blackburn-bound next season, are third in Serie A, and play the return leg of the UEFA Cup final on Wednesday. They are 1-0 down to German side Schalke 04 after the first leg. Sing Tao chairman Ng Chung said they were looking to invite three star guest players to play against Inter. 'We are trying to contact those players competing in the Four-Nation Cup in France next month, and see whether they are willing to come after the Cup,' said Ng. Sing Tao's former Welsh international Glyn Hodges and ex-England Under-23 'keeper Iain Hesford are looking forward to playing one of the most successful clubs in Europe. 'It's always good to play good players and big stars,' said Hodges, who has faced Pagliuca and Bergomi in internationals. 'We may cause an upset for Inter if we can strengthen ourselves, and it also depends on how Inter treat this game.' Hesford said: 'I've played in a number of exhibitions here in the past few seasons. I've played teams like Sampdoria and England. I get used to it. Of course I worry about conceding many goals when facing a team like Inter. 'But things may not be as expected. Last year, when I played for Golden against England, people expected us to lose by double digits, but in the end we lost only 1-0,' he said. 'We shouldn't win this time because our players are not as good as Inter's. Yet if we compete as long as we can and play our best, we may have a chance. You never know.'