Former Inter and Roma midfielder Herbert Prohaska has shared his thoughts on the 2019/20 Serie A season whilst it remains on hold.
Serie A, like pretty much every other league on the planet, has been halted due to the ongoing global Coronavirus pandemic and there is a lot of uncertainty when it comes to what will happen with the season.
As things stand, the table is currently topped by Juventus who have 63 points after 26 games played. Lazio are in second place one point behind them and Inter are in third place with 54 points and have a game in hand on both of those above them.
At the other end of the table, Lecce, SPAL and Brescia occupy the relegation spots but they could could be reprieved of relegation with a number of reports suggesting that if the season does not conclude then no relegation will take place.
“It has been a very interesting season. Juventus have dominated as they always have in the past few years whilst Lazio are also up there this year whilst Inter has not been completely cut off from the title race either,” Prohaska, who spent two years with Inter between 1980 and 1982, told TuttoMercatoWeb.
“Atalanta must be applauded for what they are doing in the Champions League and it would be a pity if the season does not end but I think that is what will happen.”