Race Against Time to Boil Down on San Siro Decision

The debate over the future of San Siro has been raging on for quite some time. The latest development in this story is the decision by the city municipality to grant both Inter and Milan a deadline to determine whether the stadium should be demolished or renovated.

Speaking to reporters during a fencing event (via Calciomercato), Milan mayor Beppe Sala revealed the decision to hand both the Nerazzurri and Rossoneri 90 days to come up with a say.

“There is no news. What we are doing at the moment is writing back to the teams saying that we give them a suitable period, I think it will be 90 days, to deliver the revision of the economic-financial plan or to tell us that they are no longer interested in pursuing the project. There is an open dialogue with Inter and Milan about San Siro because the procedure is underway. They know it’s not possible to start another without closing this one first.”

Fans of both clubs have been expressing their opinions on the matter, with some strongly in favor of a renovation, while others are opposed to the idea of demolishing the historic stadium.

As the clock ticks on the decision, it remains to be seen what the future holds for the San Siro and the two football clubs that call it home.

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