AC Milan might have to put their new stadium plans on hold because of the uncertainty surrounding Inter, according to a report.
Tuttosport (via MilanLive) have published an update on the stadium situation on the eve of the Coppa Italia derby at San Siro, confirming that Inter are considering a change at the top with Chinese ownership Suning ready to sell majority stakes.
That means that any big investments and projects that the club are engaged in are in fact currently frozen, and will remain so unless BC Partners can quickly negotiate a deal to buy a stake in Inter.
The stadium project is therefore at a standstill, given that the possible new ownership of the Nerazzurri will decide whether to proceed in this direction with Milan or whether to pursue a different idea.
The Rossoneri are irritated by this slowdown, given that Elliott Management’s plans also include the creation of a modern and productive stadium complex. This stop also works in favour of the Council, who are still not convinced by the idea of demolishing the current Meazza.