Luciano Moggi has tipped Milan to retain their Scudetto and Juventus to surprise, but “Inter are selling up shop now Massimo Moratti's in charge.”
The former Juve director general at the centre of the Calciopoli scandal is now a pundit and spoke to Radio Manà Manà about the new campaign.
“Milan are light years ahead of the others,” said Moggi. “However, I have doubts Inter can do well now that Moratti's back in charge and taking care of business hands-on.
“The Nerazzurri President has started selling up shop rather than making intelligent sales and he's signing poor replacements. I don't think they are competitive.
“Milan worked very well on the transfer market. The Antonio Nocerino deal to replace the injured Mathieu Flamini proves there is logic behind the way this team has been assembled.
“Napoli also did a good job, strengthening in defence with Miguel Angel Britos, then midfield thanks to Blerim Dzemaili and Gokhan Inler. Above all, they have left the skeleton of the side intact from last season.”
Lazio and Juventus have bought some big names over the summer and revolutionised their squads.
“I think those two will fight for fourth place.”