It’s no secret that AC Milan and Inter intend to buy a new stadium, thus leaving the San Siro in the near future. However, the clubs have struggled to get the project going, as the city council isn’t exactly on the same page.
As reported by ANSA, the two clubs asked for clarifications on the construction of a new stadium. In particular, the clubs wanted more information on the hypothetical historical constraint of cultural heritage on San Siro.
The city council has now replied, per the report, reiterating its full and immediate availability to meet the clubs, also to understand the nature of the possible sporting functions of San Siro once the new stadium is in place.
Concerning the historical constraint on San Siro, the council informed the teams that a letter was sent to the Superintendency a few days ago to verify the matter. As the report continues, the clubs will given updates when the answer arrives on the matter.