Inter president Massimo Moratti believes Juventus are chasing a useless extravagance in their pursuit to have their two Calciopoli-revoked Scudetti handed back.
Bianconeri president Andrea Agnelli is paying close attention to the FIGC's own investigation into the Calciopoli 2 trial in Naples. He has promised he will fight to have the titles restored.
But Moratti is highly sceptical and claims Agnelli's journey of discovery won't yield the titles that were taken away, one of which was handed to Inter.
"I saw everyone really happy after the meeting [between Giancarlo Abete and Agnelli]. It means both of them have a common line," Moratti told Sky Sport Italia.
"I, however, have no need to go to see Abete. The Scudetto was revoked rightly and it was a normal consequence. I stick with my ideas, but not because I am an Inter fan."