Cesare Prandelli praises ‘first-rate’ Italian Coaches and backs Inter to compete for the Scudetto with Roma and Juventus.
The former Fiorentina and Azzurri boss is currently unemployed, but praised the high standard of Italian Coaches for his predicament.
“The Italian school of Coaches is first rate,” he told Tele Radio Stereo.
“The fact that I’m not working, like many others who have won things, can be explained - in Italy there are many good Coaches.
“Inter have a slight advantage in Serie A because they’ve signed players like Stevan Jovetic who know Serie A very well and will have no trouble settling in. Mancini is doing a great job.
“Roma’s transfer market has allowed Garcia to have a team at his disposal that will show its true value in three or four weeks.
“For the Scudetto I’d say Roma, Juventus or Inter but also keep an eye on Milan and Napoli, who could be protagonists.
"I followed the Paulo Sousa’s Basel last season and they made a good impression on me.
“At Fiorentina he’s already showing positive aspects of his work. Florence is a fiery place, just one obstacle is enough for controversy.”