Ahead of the clash between Inter and Slavia Prague in the Champions League, the Nerazzurri’s CEO Beppe Marotta spoke to Sky Italia (via PianetaMilan.com) about the future of San Siro, refusing to rule out a stay along with AC Milan.
In recent days, there has been a lot of talk about the stadium situation of the two Milan clubs. In an interview with ANSA, the mayor of Milan (Guiseppe Sala) confirmed that a new stadium could be built, while also proposing to sell the San Siro to the clubs.
However, as reported by Gazzetta Dello Sport (via MilanNews.it), the two clubs are committed to building their own stadium, thus rejecting the offer to buy San Siro. Therefore, Marotta’s words came as a bit of a surprise this evening, as he kept all doors open.
“The debate is open on whether or not to stay at the Meazza. However, my colleague Antonello is taking care of this. Both us and Milan want a suitable structure to contain these tens of thousands of fans who weekly follow the two clubs.
“It must be in a climate of great hospitality. Furthermore, it must be the home of both. There will be discussions and debates in the coming months to find the best solution for all parties,” he concluded.
It remains to be seen what the outcome will be, though one can expect that there will be several meetings between Milan, Inter and the city council in the coming weeks to discuss the matter.