Football business and finance expert Marco Bellinazzo has spoken on the evident gulf in class between Juventus and the rest of the clubs in Italian football in recent years.
The Bianconeri have reigned supreme domestically, winning each of the last seven Serie A titles alongside a number of Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana’s also.
“There is a gap that is not good for Italian football, we will see if Inter will be able to fill it with Suning but the same can be said in Spain or France. There is high level football and then the rest who struggle to reach those levels,” he remarked in an interview with Radio Punto Nuovo.
Inter have so far managed to keep the pace with Juventus and have in fact out performed their arch rivals. Heading into this weekend of Serie A action, Inter are at the top of the table with their superior goal difference separating them from Juventus.
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