Stefano Pioli says he “doesn’t care” about Inter’s match at Cagliari as he urged his Milan side to focus on their own game in their quest to win Serie A.
the Rossoneri could secure the Scudetto on Sunday if they beat Atalanta and their city rivals fail to defeat Cagliari.
Pioli’s team have 80 points, two clear of Inter at the summit with two games left to play as the fierce rivals battle for the title.
Victory over Atalanta, who are unbeaten on their past seven league visits to face the Rossoneri, would mark the first time Milan have managed more than 80 points in a campaign since the title-winning 2010-11 term.
It would also leave Milan requiring just a point in their final game to win the league at Sassuolo; the leaders boasting a favourable head-to-head record over Inter, who host Sampdoria on the last day.
Head coach Pioli, speaking at a pre-match news conference on Saturday, reiterated that his thoughts remains solely with Milan and not on what Simone Inzaghi’s team do.
“I don’t care, I’m not thinking about what Inter can do,” he said. “We don’t need any other motivation because we are already at our best from this point of view.
“We don’t have to think any further, we have to think about 17:59 tomorrow, when the match will start. We have to keep thinking only about the match, what will happen next will depend on how the match will be.
“Then what will happen, will happen, we have the strength to be able to determine our own path. I think the team will face the match with great awareness, both of the moment and of their qualities.
“We have overcome many stages, positive and negative, which have helped us to grow. We have been very good up to now, we will have to be better from here to the end.”
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