Inter Milan were dismissive of the comments made by Arrigo Sacchi who launched an attack against the club.

As we reported yesterday, the legendary AC Milan coach stirred the pot by accusing the Nerazzurri of cheating.

The 77-year-old feels that clubs should not win championships while being indebted.

This was a reference to the Oaktree Capital loan which will expire on May 20th.

Inter’s owners Suning loaned 275 million euros from the American investment company back in May 2021 to cover the club’s operational costs.

According to Il Corriere dello Sport via FcInterNews, Sacchi’s statements may have caused some annoyance at Inter’s headquarters in Viale della Liberazione.

Yet, no club official publicly responded to the manager’s words. Instead, the Nerazzurri adopted an indifferent stance towards the accusations

Inter Milan Opt Against Responding To The Cheating Accusations Of Arrigo Sacchi

As the source explains, Sacchi wasn’t the first to aim this sort of dig at the Serie A leaders. Fiorentina owner Rocco Commisso and former AS Roma manager Jose Mourinho made similar remarks in the past.

Nevertheless, the Nerazzurri hierarchy prefers to stray away from all controversy at the moment. After all, Simone Inzaghi’s men are only a couple of wins away from mathematically sealing the Scudetto title.

Inter will be hoping to finish the job by beating Cagliari this weekend and then their crosstown rivals AC Milan in the Derby della Madonnina on April 22nd.

Moreover, clinching the club’s 20th league title will unlock the club’s second golden star, rendering it a truly historic occasion.