Inter President Massimo Moratti is open to the proposed Calciopoli ‘round table talks,’ “as long as there aren’t knives under the table.”
Juventus patron Andrea Agnelli called for round table negotiations to declare peace after the Calciopoli scandal and appearance of new evidence, an idea supported by the FIGC and CONI.
“Can we sit down round a table for peace talks? It depends on whether everyone is prepared for something like this,” said Moratti ahead of today’s Inter-Cagliari match at San Siro.
“It could take place, as long as there aren’t any knives under the table. We’ll stand up to see what happens.”
Juventus are taking legal action to have the 2005-06 Scudetto stripped from Inter and handed back to them, while they’re also considering suing the Federation for damages from their demotion.
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