The plan of moving the new stadium project away from the San Siro area is still a distinct possibility for AC Milan and Inter, according to a new report.
The two clubs have made their intentions clear to construct a new state-of-the-art stadium in order to help move into the modern era, however a number of obstacles have been placed in front of them.
Friday’s edition of il Corriere di Milano takes stock of the situation (via MilanNews.it), recalling the words of Milan president Paolo Scaroni and Inter director Alessandro Antonello of Inter, who spoke to Sky Italia on Thursday about the project.
The paper continues by claiming that the clubs want greater clarity from the Municipality of Milan, and that if there are indeed problems then the hypothesis of moving to a new site is still well and truly alove.
Among the possible alternatives for Milan and Inter is the idea of building the new stadium in San Donato, around 10km south east of the city centre and the southernmost stop on the metro system.
The idea of building in Sesto San Giovanni (north of the city) involves unknown factors that are difficult to quantify in advance, the report continues, while there is also a third option which the respective boards are keeping private.