Moratti Dishes on Title Race, Dybala to Inter and San Siro

Former Inter owner Massimo Moratti said his piece on the Scudetto race: “It would be intriguing and fair if the top four teams played simultaneously. The Nerazzurri control their own destiny now, but things change every week. They have taken the right step and played convincingly.”

“I would sign Paulo Dybala under any circumstance. He is a really strong player. I think they will need another center-forward as well. I do not know whether it will be Romelu Lukaku, but they could certainly use a new one.”

Moratti commented on Lautaro Martinez’s lack of consistency to Radio Anch’Io Lo Sport (via Ansa): “He is promising, but he has yet to make the final leap. He has all the tools, including class and courage. I hope he will improve in the final games. Joaquin Correa is pretty good too, he is intelligent and opens up the space. Edin Dzeko is a great champion, and he just needs to have more continuity.”

“Milan have done a lot this season, and they should be thankful to Stefano Pioli. They are lagging a little, but it is normal. We will see whether they will have the strength to bounce back. Unfortunately, I do not think Juventus are totally out of the running. They always find a way to win, and the top three sides will have to pay attention to the Bianconeri, who never give up.”

Moratti closed with some remarks about the new stadium: “It looks like everything was in order to build it next to the current one in San Siro, then some issues arose. Sesto San Giovanni would be an excellent area for it, but it would be a bad look for Milan. Stadio Giuseppe Meazza is still viable, and you can feel the passion when you enter it.”