They go head-to-head at San Siro on Sunday at 19.45 GMT, having drawn 1-1 in Turin on November 26.
For months we have now seen the coaches and administrators attempt to forged the stress on to their opponents, making an attempt to as an alternative depict themselves because the underdogs.
It’s true that Juventus have reined within the extraordinary spending spree of the final decade, which allowed them to win 9 consecutive Serie A titles.
Nonetheless, they’ve nonetheless comfortably spent extra on the switch market each single 12 months than their rivals.
In keeping with figures supplied by Transfermarkt, in 2023-24, the Bianconeri shelled out €94m in comparison with Inter’s €58.2m, the 12 months earlier than it was €117.7m in comparison with simply €70.2m.
The most important distinction was in 2021-22 when Juventus paid €138.4m in purchases, whereas Inter solely invested €42.5m.
The final time that Inter made a web loss on their transfers – spending greater than they introduced in with gross sales – was the 2020-21 marketing campaign.
They spent €126.5m and raked in simply €83m from promoting gamers in what was additionally the final season they gained the Scudetto, below Antonio Conte.
The closest Juve got here to that within the final seven years was in 2022-23 with a web lack of €6.1m, spending €117.7m and bringing in €111.6m.
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