According to La Repubblica, Elliott plans to contact Inter to assess what to do with the San Siro.

Over the past couple of years, there have been reports of either team building a new stadium. Now, it is claimed that Elliott will meet with Inter to discuss whether they intend to stay at the San Siro or move elsewhere.

Elliott Management officially took control of AC Milan on Tuesday as Yonghong Li missed payments of both the capital increase and loan repayment.

Both Milan clubs have called the San Siro home since its opening in 1926, and the stadium has hosted some memorable events and seen some of the world’s best teams. 

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