Inter Milan have reached a level that they perhaps have not done since winning the European Treble in the 2009-10 season.

This is the view in today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, via FCInterNews.

This season has seen Inter go on a dominant run of form in Serie A.

The Nerazzurri have won twenty matches in the league already. And they have drawn just three, losing one.

This has naturally seen Inter go well clear of all their rivals at the top of the table.

And it is not just in the context of this season that this campaign from the Nerazzurri has stood out.

With each passing match, there seems to be more and more reason to look to the history books.

Naturally, the season is not over yet. There is still a lot of work left for Inter to do before they can formally cement their place in the history books.

But if the Nerazzurri can win the Serie A title, as they now look on course to do, and go on a run in the Champions League similar to last season’s, then there would be few historical parallels.

Inter Reach Heights Not Seen Since At Least The European Treble

Naturally, when it comes to Inter teams within recent memory, the high water mark is the side that won the European Treble under Jose Mourinho.

That team won all three major trophies on offer. This included the Coppa Italia, a competition that this Inter have already exited, the biggest blemish on their season to date.

Perhaps if this team could win the league title in even more dominant fashion, and follow suit in the Champions League, it would be a real rival for the Treble side – even without the Coppa Italia.

But in the meantime, there has been Inter’s Serie A title win in the 2020-21 season.

That was certainly a memorable campaign for the Nerazzurri.

The fact that it had been the first time in eleven years that the team had gotten their hands on the Scudetto made it all the more special.

But if anything, this team is even stronger.

In terms of the style of play, as well as the goal difference, this Inter has already surpassed the one which won the title in 2021.

Then there’s last season’s Inter, which reached the Champions League final.

That was certainly a statement from the Nerazzurri. But the hugely erratic form in the league – Inter lost twelve Serie A matches that season – was glaring.

So if this Inter team can keep up their form over the run-in of the campaign, they could well be head and shoulders above every Nerazzurri team since 2010.