This is a head-to-head to avoid finishing last in the Guinness International Champions Cup, having lost all their games so far in the US-based competition.
“We are in very different situations and the only common ground between the two teams is the hard pre-season fitness work we’ve been doing recently,” the coach told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
“Juve have been together for a long time, while our adventure isn’t even a month old. We are a completely new squad and still have to get to know each other.”
Inter lost 2-0 to Chelsea and 4-0 to Valencia in this tournament, while Juventus were beaten on penalties by Everton and 3-1 by LA Galaxy.
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