Roma coach Jose Mourinho teased Simone Inzaghi’s Inter following the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo from Juventus.

Speaking to gathered reporters in a press conference (via FcInterNews) earlier today, the 58-year-old Portuguese coach first commented on if Serie A is more balanced now following Ronaldo’s move to Manchester United.

“You have to ask Simone Inzaghi that, not me.”

Mourinho then discussed if he would prefer the transfer window to close earlier or if he’s happy to have the extra time.

“If all the leagues are closed yes, if only 1-2 no. I lived this in England, it’s a difficult situation, you can’t buy but someone can buy from you, it’s too risky.”

“All coaches would like to have the perfect squad at the beginning of July and work calmly, but if it’s only us in Italy who think about this, experience tells me no.”

Inzaghi will be looking to defend Inter’s league title this season, which would also be the first league title of his career.

The 45-year-old Italian coach has gotten off to a strong start to his time in charge of Inter, winning the first two games against Genoa 4-0 and Hellas Verona 3-1.

The Nerazzurri’s next game is against Sampdoria on 12th September, after the upcoming international break.

Inzaghi will then have his biggest challenge of the early stages of the season, facing Real Madrid in the club’s Champions League opener on 15th September.