"This year the two Milan sides look good," Camo admitted. "They will both be very competitive and I think that Inter will be the team to beat.
"Two years ago Ronaldinho was the best player in the world and I can't see why he can't return to that level at Milan. I still consider him to be amongst the three or four best in the world.
Juventus have been accused of a low-key transfer campaign, but Camoranesi thinks sporting director Alessio Secco has done the job adequately.
"Undoubtedly the big transfer of the summer for us was the arrival of Amauri," he insisted.
"We needed several players and important champions have arrived, but the pitch will tell who has done the best.
"Christian Poulsen? I still don't know him because he has only just arrived. He is experienced at the highest level and has the right mentality to do well here.
"Competition is a fundamental factor at the big teams. At least two players are needed for each position so that the team can be changed around and kept fresh."