CF: Hypothesis of Milan building new stadium on their own could arise under Investcorp

By Oliver Fisher -

Multiple sources are now claiming that AC Milan may soon have new owners, which has provoked questions regarding the new stadium project.

Calcio e Finanza have given an update, recalling how the Bahrain fund Investcorp – who are apparently close to buying Milan – are big on the real estate sector. In recent months they acquired the Roman offices of IFAD from Prelios for €128m and the Kering offices in Milan for €74m, bringing real estate assets owned in Europe to €1.1bn.

These interests could thus also be intertwined with the theme of the new stadium in Milano and if there are further obstacles involving the council, Investcorp’s arrival could change the cards on the table.

The Cathedral project is seen as an important opportunity and Milan pushed the plan together with Inter, and it must be considered that the project is one of the themes that makes the Rossoneri even more attractive on the market to potential buyers.

However, in the background there is also the hypothesis of Milan buolding their own stadium and the arrival of Investcorp could deepen the speculation on this front. It cannot be excluded that San Siro that remains standing, leaving the management of the (renovated) stadium to Inter, while Milan could look to build their own stadium.

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  1. The best solution is for each team to have their own stadium, it would be better for Milan to buy the San siro, and renovate and regenerate the whole area..

  2. This is great . If AC Milan own his stadium without sharing with inter , then i Will pray they take over from elliot. Let inter rent san Siro forever and AC Milan build his own stadium at sesto. Just like Liverpool and Everton ( Derby but both of them have own stadium not sharing )

  3. This was is not the best solution, both clubs are do not have the financial stability to go off on their own and build their own stadium, it’s better to do as a joint venture, so all cost can be shared and split 50/50, the maintenance, management and future development of the stadium will be halved, allowing you to generate more money because you’re only required to pay 50% of your maintenance costs whilst still keeping 100% profit of all revenues. Plus this keeps the tradition and history of both clubs, who have made one stadium their home since the start, and that’s what the San Siro is known for, the home of Milan and Inter, it is part of both Milan clubs global brand, not all football attendees support Milan or inter, some attendees simply come to the game just to be part of This great history

    1. Yep with changing times we now should move forward. Separate stadiums is very very good for us and them too. We have the whole profit the whole earnings to us. Traditions won’t allow us to be competitive. and most of us would rather have trophies than maintain history.

      If investcorp buys us we have enough financial freedom to buy our own stadium. Inter doesn’t. not our fault. Just buy the San Siro as a whole from them and get it renovated let them pay us rent for playing there or let’s get a new one separately.

      let the san siro remain for other events and our history.

    2. Separate stadiums is the way to go if we can afford it and with these new owners (if sale goes through) we will be able to. New era of football. Must own own stadium to compete w the best and now we will be able to. Who cares about Inter. Let them stay at the old and outdated San Siro while we build a state of the art stadium and destination.

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