Inter President Massimo Moratti has conceded that his club will inadvertently help one of their great rivals – Milan or Juventus – to the title.
The Old Lady currently lead the Rossoneri by a point in the standings ahead of this weekend’s San Siro derby. Inter will go into that game needing a win for their hopes of a top-three finish.
“This season it looks like we’ll have to do a favour for one of them,” the oil baron noted on Thursday morning.
“Who would be better? I don’t really know, it would be the same…”
A win against Milan would favour Juventus in the title hunt, while a loss against the Rossoneri would see the Diavolo maintain the pressure or even overtake the Bianconeri this weekend.
Inter’s own season took a turn for the worse on Wednesday when they were defeated 3-1 at Parma. They are now three points behind Napoli and Udinese.
“Is our Champions League dream over? You never know with this championship,” he continued. “We certainly didn’t help ourselves last night.
“We did well in the first half at Parma, but if you make mistakes then you run the risk of losing. But I don’t think that Coach Andrea Stramaccioni made mistakes.
“Now we will face the derby with the same spirit as always. It’s a unique game and we won’t be favourites.”