Italian journalist Mario Sconcerti has said that both Inter and AC Milan are up against teams this weekend that can get points from the games, according to a report in the Italian broadcast media.
Speaking during an interview with TMW Radio, via FCInternews, Mario Sconcerti explained that in AS Roma and Lazio, Inter and AC Milan have got very tough opponents this weekend.
“Both Inter and Milan have opponents who can score points. They may not be decisive but they are really important matches. Milan will have the most difficult calendar, but without knowing Inter’s result in Bologna it is difficult to predict.
“Inter are better off, they proved it in the derby, and score more easily than Milan. But there are so few games left that Milan can still win them all. It is a decisive moment, if the opponents are up to it, we will see two good matches.”
Inter’s game against AS Roma takes place first on Saturday evening at San Siro so they will go back to the top of the Serie A table with a victory. AC Milan then have a chance to go back ahead on Sunday night when they face Lazio in the late kick off.
Turning his attention to transfer stories, Mario Sconcerti revealed that he does not think Juventus forward Paulo Dybala has a future in Italy if he maintains his current salary demands which Juventus have refused to pay.
“If Dybala maintains his requests, I don’t think he has an Italian team. Here it is difficult for you to find someone who gives him those figures. You cannot have people who take almost double the whole team.”