AC Milan’s derby clash with Inter on September 22 could reportedly be moved as the city partakes in a car-free day.
The game is currently scheduled for the same day but with a 15:00 CET start time, something that is very likely to change due to TV coverage.
However, as La Gazzetta dello Sport are reporting on Sunday, it could in fact be moved to an earlier kick-off time.
That is because on September 22 the city of Milano will join the “Car free day”, in which the aim is to have no cars on the roads.
This obviously presents more of a logistical challenge for those in charge, as over 80,000 people will now be descending on San Siro via mostly public transport.
As such, the current idea is reportedly to move the derby to 12:30 CET for convenience and to give a message, inviting people to use other means to get to San Siro.
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