Massimo Moratti will take either Lionel Messi or Paulo Dybala for Lautaro Martinez.
Andrea Agnelli liked two Juve fans tweets that read that they would reject the Serie A title if it was given to them, one of which said that the Old Lady was ‘not’ their arch-rivals.
The latter was a reference to when the Beneamata recognized the Scudetto in 2006 with Moratti as Chairman, after being suspended from the Bianconeri by Calciopoli.
Moratti thus also appears to be planning to disregard Juventus’ promise not to embrace Scudetto: “There’s a very slight difference. Back then, it was cheating. Now, it’s a virus that has paralysed the planet.”
Moratti has lobbied for Messi’s arrival at Inter for a long time, if he ever left Barcelona, and reiterated that role 10 years to the day after the Nerazzurri secured the first part of their historic 2010 Treble. “If Messi arrives, great,” he told Gazzetta dello Sport.
Failing that, the 74-year-old also proposed another Argentinian star: “And if Leo is impossible, I’d like Dybala instead of ‘Toro’.”