The former Italy goalkeeper told La Gazzetta dello Sport: "When I met him, he seemed like someone else to me: therefore a disappointment.
"For what he had said, and in a very heartfelt interview: 'Never at Juve.' And for what (Beppe) Marotta and (Piero) Ausilio did for him.
"I put myself in their shoes: days and days of negotiations with Chelsea to find out that in the meantime Lukaku or whoever spoke to Milan and Juve; to find out from Chelsea that there is an offer from Juve.
"Just wasted time: it's called the transfer market, for heaven's sake, though.... I think so: how many champions have passed through Inter, gone away, but Inter has always gone on the same? Let him go."