Inter striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is urging the Italian authorities to hand back Juventus the Scudetti that were revoked as a result of the Calciopoli scandal.
The Bianconeri had two titles taken away from them following the investigation into the match-fixing scandal. Ibrahimovic left the club for Inter as a result, but despite his current allegiance to the Nerazzurri, he believes that Juve deserve those Scudetti.
"Juventus' Scudetti? Buffon is right to demand them back and I will do the same," Ibrahimovic told GQ magazine.
"Even though I play at Inter those Scudetti are mine. It's no joke as we worked hard and made great sacrifices to win them. I don't care about the rest [Calciopoli] and what happened after."
Ibra is still thinking about the Champions League following the Nerazzurri's elimination by Manchester United. The striker is still feeling the pain of finishing the European campaign empty-handed, but he is hoping to come back stronger and win it next year.
"We are Inter and I don't think we were unlucky with the draw. I wanted United because if you want to win the Champions League then you have to beat them," added Ibrahimovic.
"I want the Champions League and I will play to win it as this is my mentality."
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com