Max Allegri feels that it will be hard for Juventus to keep up with an “extraordinary” Inter Milan side in the Serie A title race.

The Bianconeri coach spoke to Italian broadcaster DAZN, via FCInterNews, prior to his team’s Serie A match against Hellas Verona yesterday.

This weekend has seen the Serie A title race shift further in favour of Inter.

The Nerazzurri are now nine points clear at the top of the table.

Inter emphatically extended their advantage with a 4-0 rout of Salernitana on Friday. And then yesterday, Juventus dropped points for the fourth week in a row.

The Bianconeri drew 2-2 away to relegation-battlers Hellas Verona.

That’s eight matches from eight that Inter have won in 2024. And four matches without a win for Juventus, who have taken just two points from nine against three teams in the bottom five places in the table. along with a loss in the Derby d’Italia.

All of this means that Inter now have a nine-point advantage in the table. As well as a game in hand.

There is still a long way to go. But the situation looks clearer than ever – Inter are certainly the favourites from here on out.

One person who has always insisted that the Nerazzurri are the favourites is Allegri.

Even whilst his Juventus team have been pushing Inter over the past few months, the veteran coach has always said as much.

And that is what Allegri continues to think. The former AC Milan and Cagliari coach feels that the Nerazzurri are “extraordinary” and very stiff competition for his Juventus.

Allegri: Hard For Juventus To Keep Pace With “Extraordinary” Inter

Allegri said that “Inter have been doing something extraordinary this season.”

“When they take 2.7 points a match on average, it would be hard for anyone to keep pace with them.” the Juventus coach added.

“Now, we have to take things one match at a time.”

Juventus fell to a 2-2 draw away to Hellas Verona yesterday.

The Gialloblu pegged them back on two occasions. But then Allegri’s team equalized on two occasions to at least salvage a point from the match.