Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri has asked what would change if he were to say that Inter or AC Milan are better than his team, according to a report in the Italian media.
Speaking during his press conference ahead of the match against Juventus on Saturday afternoon, via FCInternews, the Juventus coach appeared to lose his patience with the framing of the questions that he was being asked.
He was talking about how he and his side are only focused on what they are doing rather than what any of the rivals are doing and then he suggested that comparing the top teams would be futile for him to do.
“We only think about playing, at the end of the season we will make a judgement. Right now we are missing Pogba and Chiesa, for example, then in a season there are always unforeseen events that you have to know how to manage.
“We can’t say anything now. What would change if I said Juve are better than Inter and AC Milan? We always speak from hearsay in Italy.”
Juventus have had a solid start to the season having won two games and drawn the other two. They take on rivals Fiorentina at the Stadio Artemio Franchi on Saturday afternoon in what will be the first 15:00 local time kick off of the season.