Inter director general Beppe Marotta “did not expect such an immediate impact” from Antonio Conte, but insists Juventus remain the Scudetto favourites.

The Nerazzurri are top of the Serie A table with a club record start of 12 wins in the opening 14 rounds, now one point ahead of Juventus.

“It’s still only Week 14, so we are well aware that winning the Scudetto from this first season will be difficult,” Marotta said at a PR event this evening.

Inter director general Beppe Marotta “did not expect such an immediate impact” from Antonio Conte, but insists Juventus remain the Scudetto favourites.

The Nerazzurri are top of the Serie A table with a club record start of 12 wins in the opening 14 rounds, now one point ahead of Juventus.

“It’s still only Week 14, so we are well aware that winning the Scudetto from this first season will be difficult,” Marotta said at a PR event this evening.

“Juve have two very strong teams to call on, as they have two players for every role, and I think they’ll do it again this season…

“In any case, I will admit that I did not expect such an immediate impact from Antonio Conte on our squad.”

The Bianconeri have won the last eight consecutive Serie A titles. 

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