AC Milan and Inter are close to agreeing on a stadium strategy after a ‘turning point’ in talks, a report claims.
Previous speculation has suggested that the Rossoneri are willing to invest €600million towards building a ‘new San Siro’ on the parking lot of the current stadium site.
However, their city rivals Inter are apparently more keen on renovating the current San Siro, but it appears they have finally agreed on a project.
According to MilanNews.it, Inter have chosen to put aside their plans and agree with Milan’s current train of thought.
The Nerazzurri have seemingly agreed that the remodelling of the current San Siro, including trying to continue playing inside it, would be much longer than building a new stadium.
Instead, building a new stadium is the favoured option now – allowing the two clubs to be able to continue playing at San Siro without problems related to construction sites, capacity reduction and other obstacles that there could be.
The two clubs are now described as ‘hand-in-hand’, and this week could be decisive.