Inter to Move Away from San Siro if Milan Abandon Plan

Inter are considering alternative plans in case the project to build a new stadium along with Milan in the San Siro area doesn’t come to fruition. The Rossoneri signaled that they were ready to erect one on their own, also in nearby towns, if things don’t move along fast enough.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Nerazzurri are eyeing Assago as a fallback for their future home. The zone is near the Forum, where the basketball team plays, and it’s well connected to the city. They would buy the land from a private, so the process would be smoother. They have already inked preliminary documents.

Milan and Inter met with mayor Giuseppe Sala yesterday, and the so-called Cathedral might be at a dead end. The Rossoneri asked for a few weeks to evaluate a different area. The elected official commented to Ansa.

“It’s clear that nobody wants the old San Siro at this point, which will be one further problem for our administration. We will see what Milan decides, as they are assessing La Maura. If they built their stadium there, we wound have to find a new use for the current one. It would probably be utilized just for concerts. My initial hope was to renovate it, but teams made it abundantly clear that it wasn’t a viable solution for them.”

Inter CEO Alessandro Antonello talked with SportMediaset after the summit.

“Our top option is a new arena in the San Siro neighborhood. However, should the Rossoneri go elsewhere, we have another readymade idea. An ownership change can affect a club’s previous vision. We won’t stay at the Giuseppe Meazza stadium on our own.”

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