Former Inter defender Beppe Bergomi has claimed ‘Milan are more convincing than Juve’ and insists Achraf Hakimi must be used differently.
The Old Lady are four points off table leaders Milan after eight Serie A games.
“Juventus have not convinced me yet, especially in big games” Bergomi told Sky Sport.
“Milan, on the other hand, have convinced me with [Zlatan] Ibrahimovic as they already won against Inter and Napoli. Juventus played against Lazio and Roma but didn’t win.”
“At the beginning of the season I had the feeling Milan could do well, I thought they would be among the top four. [Paolo] Maldini is aware he’s built a good team.
“Milan have players that run everywhere on the pitch, it’s hard to score against them and the team has gained self-confidence.”
The 1982 Italy World Cup winner believes Inter must do something more.
“They absolutely need to improve. For example, I think it’s clear to everyone that Hakimi must be used differently. He shouldn’t receive the ball on his feet or he would pass it back.
“As for [Christian] Eriksen he is another player who struggles to dribble past defenders. I don’t think [Antonio] Conte will make a revolution. Inter need to recover and he has not time to do experiments. Another problem is Inter’s defensive line. It's too slow this season, they don’t have a fast player at the back.”