Juventus midfielder Miralem Pjanic believes the Bianconeri “are strong enough to try to win everything there is to win.”
Juve have reinforced heavily this summer in a push for the Champions League, but Pjanic doesn’t think the Serie A title is as straight forward this season.
“The Scudetto takes a whole year of work to win. People think it must be very easy and immediately say ‘Obviously Juve will win it,’ but people must know it’s not easy. It takes a lot of hard work and sacrifice to achieve that.
“Napoli are strong and to be respected. I know Inter’s Coach well, Luciano Spalletti is very smart. They had a few problems at the start, but are now doing very well and we saw it in yesterday’s victory against Lazio.
“I expect these two sides to be up there with us to the end. It’s a long campaign, we are only at the beginning and it’ll be a great battle. We hope to win, but nothing is to be taken for granted with those two behind us.
“Obviously, the Champions League is one of the prime objectives for us, the club and the fans. The team is aware of its potential and we want to win everything possible, because it’s such a large and competitive squad.
“We are strong enough to try to win everything there is to win.”