Legendary former Nerazzurri midfielder Evaristo Beccalossi feels there’s been no denying the gulf between Inter Milan and AC Milan this season.

Beccalossi gave his thoughts to Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport in an interview published in today’s print edition, via FCInterNews.

Tomorrow, Inter will have the chance to clinch the Serie A title in the derby against their city rivals AC Milan.

That would be the first time that either the Nerazzurri or the Rossoneri have done so.

Inter are in this position with five matches to spare because of their sizable lead in the table.

The Nerazzurri currently sit an eye-watering fourteen points clear of their city rivals.

That is a reflection of a difference in the consistency of the two teams’ form as much as anything.

Milan have had quite a few standout performances and results. But they have seemingly had just as many poor spells and disappointing setbacks.

Inter, on the other hand, have been relentlessly consistent.

The Nerazzurri have played 32 matches. They have won 26, drawn five, and lost just one all season in the league.

Beccalossi: Clear Difference In Quality Between Inter & AC Milan This Season

As far as the title goes, legendary former Inter midfielder Beccalossi said that “It’s only a question of time.”

“If the math happens to add up tomorrow, great. Otherwise, so what, be patient.”

“In any event, I think the derby is always a match all on its own,” Beccalossi said.

“Inter have already shown that there is a difference in class between the two teams.”

“But that won’t change the attitude on the pitch.”

“Whether it’s tomorrow or the next week, the important thing is to put that second star on our chests.”

“That’s why I don’t think it’s important which team we face whenever that happens,” Beccalossi added.

Meanwhile, Beccalossi also commented that “When Simone Inzaghi arrived, he came with a lot of doubts and question marks.”

“But now he’s one of the best coaches around,” he said of the Inter coach.

“The team is cohesive, even with a lot of players coming on on free transfers.”