Legendary Argentina striker Carlos Tevez acknowledges the significant gulf in quality between Inter Milan and his former club Juventus.

The 40-year-old found great success in England with West Ham, Manchester United and Manchester City. He then joined the Bianconeri in 2013, solidifying the club’s grip on the Scudetto title.

Nevertheless, Tevez admits that the current Juventus side pales in comparison to the squad that he was part of between 2013 and 2015.

The Argentine thus notes the major gap in quality between Max Allegri’s current team and Inter.

“Juventus are now third and I don’t think they have the means to do more,” said the former Boca Juniors star in an interview with La Gazzetta dello Sport via FcInterNews.

“We’re used to seeing Juventus win so it’s surprising if they don’t do so for several years. I follow Serie A a lot and I think Inter are superior.

“There’s a major gap between the two clubs at the moment. Allegri knows how to bring out the best in the team, especially in times of difficulty.

“This was the case with us as well at the beginning. But his future at the club depends on what the management is looking for.”

Carlos Tevez Admits Inter Milan Have A Superior Squad To Juventus – Lauds Lautaro Martinez

On another note, Tevez identified Inter captain Lautaro Martinez as the Serie A player who excites him the most.

“I have to pick Lautaro, without any doubt. He is dominant and makes the difference.

“When you have a striker who scores this many goals, you already have one hand on the Scudetto trophy. Inter are complete, but Martinez is an incredible added value to the team.”