Former Inter Milan owner Massimo Moratti discussed a variety of topics in a new interview, including the biggest regrets of his time at the club’s helm.

The 79-year-old served as Nerazzurri president before selling the Italian club to Erik Thohir in 2013.

His legendary stint included the club’s unforgettable treble-winning campaign in 2009/10, but it also had its lows.

Moratti thus revealed his biggest regrets during his time in charge, which includes selling Andrea Pirlo and Roberto Carlos.

“I’ve made a lot of errors. But recalling them bothers me,” admitted the Italian in his interview with Oggi via FcInter1908.

“Well, I would begin with the sales of Pirlo, Roberto Carlos… But there was always a reason why I made certain choices.

“And if I look at the whole process, in the end, we succeeded. Even though I wasn’t able to win for many years for the reasons that we know.”

“Yes, I’m talking about Calciopoli. There was a system that controlled everything. A serious and ugly thing.

“That was BS, because football is based on the fans’ emotions which must be respected.

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Moratti also discussed the managerial stints of Roberto Mancini and Jose Mourinho

“Inter were doing very well with Mancini. But after the elimination against Liverpool, with a league title still to be won, he publicly said that he was leaving.

“After three days he changed his mind and wanted to stay. But I couldn’t trust him anymore. And I contacted Mourinho. But I remain very fond of Mancini.”