Frosinone sporting director Guido Angelozzi believes that Inter have already done enough to seal the Scudetto this season and the title has been wrapped up.
The Nerazzurri are six points clear of AC Milan at the top of the Serie A table and look to extend that lead when they visit Torino tomorrow afternoon, as they challenge for a first league title since 2010.
In an interview with Italian radio station Radio CRC yesterday evening, Angelozzi gave his take on the race for the Scudetto and felt that it was already over, with Inter closing in on the title.
“I think the fight for the league has already been decided, Inter are just a step away from winning,” the 66-year-old declared.
“For the Champions League however, everything is still to play for. Napoli are catching up and have important players returning.
“There are three away matches in a row against Milan, Juventus and Roma that are tough obstacles, but without fans there isn’t much home advantage. The Azzurri have all the credentials for fourth place.”
Antonio Conte’s Inter side go into the match against Torino off the back of seven consecutive wins in Serie A, whilst the Nerazzurri have not suffered defeat in the league in any of their past 10 games.
Second-placed Milan take on Napoli at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza tomorrow evening, with Inter looking to extend the gap to nine points before kick-off.