A few days ago, it was revealed that Serie A clubs will only be able to use 50% of their respective stadium capacity effective immediately. Fortunately, it hasn’t resulted in a logistical nightmare for AC Milan.
Roma, for example, were the only side to open up season ticket sales ahead of the campaign and this has created a problem for the game against Juventus. There are 20K season tickets and an additional 22K have been sold, but they can only host 32K.
Milan, on the other hand, have not experienced this problem for their game against the Giallorossi, which is scheduled for January 6. To date, per MilanNews, they have sold just under 30K (cap is around 39K) and that’s why a statement hasn’t been issued.
The Rossoneri are waiting for the official guidelines from the government before making any statements. After that arrives, they will take care of the matter but they don’t have the same logistical issues as Roma.