Tom Werner has taken a swipe at the Serie A for lack of competition as Juventus have routinely been winning the Scudetto without much challenge from other clubs.
Liverpool won the Champions League last season and tallied 97 points in the Premier League yet still lost the title to Manchester City, while Juventus coasted to an eighth straight Scudetto with five games left to play.
“Of course, the League title is a big, big ambition but I think last season taught us the key is to focus on just winning the next game and being greedy to keep winning and see where that gets us,” the Liverpool chairman told The Athletic as cited by Football Italia.
“There’s so much to compete for this season thanks to our success in Madrid. The Super Cup, the Club World Cup competition, domestic cups, the Champions League again and yes, the Premier League.
“We go into every one of them knowing we are good enough to be in the conversation to win them. I think that’s pretty cool.
“The Liverpool team on that pitch over the past year was such a united team. Listen, we have to compliment Man City.
“They played flawless football in the Premier League for the final four months of last season. They didn’t drop a point after January.
“I’m not taking anything away from our season, but City are a magnificent football team and it’s going to be a big challenge for us again.
“I think last season was very good for the sport. It’s important for the Premier League that the competition is there.
“We don’t want a League like Serie A where Juventus win it every year without any competition.”