Former Juventus football chief Luciano Moggi has accused Inter Milan of taking advantage of the club's Calciopoli scandal by taking Zlatan Ibrahimovic away from Turin last year.

"Football is not corrupt, it is a business and management works to develop the product. You need to be smart to deal in that environment," said the disgraced former director of sport.

"Inter did not win, but as soon as they got Ibrahimovic he took over the whole team and now they are victorious. I got Ibrahimovic and if I had still been there, I would not have sold him to Inter."

Moggi added: "People hate me because I have won too much. I am not an angel, but there are far more devilish creatures than me. There are those who illegally spy on people and now say that the referees make mistakes in good faith.

"Good faith are two words that have nothing to do with what is happening now, when the referees are making more mistakes than ever."