Juventus chief John Elkann has told Inter president Massimo Moratti to mind his own business over the Turin club's pursuit of the 2006 Calciopoli Scudetto.
Moratti recently told Juve president Andrea Agnelli to 'go on holiday' rather than worry about going to the CAS (Court of Arbitration for Sport) to have the 2006 title reinstated, after the Italian FA refused to accept their legal appeals last month.
Furious at the remarks made by the Inter supremo, Elkann has now hit back: "It's always right to listen to men of a certain age [Moratti], but Juventus plan their own holidays," he told Il Corriere dello Sport.
"Agnelli has acted coherently and asked for Juventus to be treated fair and equally. If this is not the case then it means there is something to hide.
"It's now down to Juventus to judge who is guilty or innocent, but we just want to be treated like the rest."
Meanwhile, the Juventus senior side beat their B team 4-1 on Thursday, with Arturo Vidal among the scorers.