After the news that the new CEO of Milan, Ivan Gazidis, is inclined to share a stadium with Inter but only if it is a new stadium and not the Giuseppe Meazza, the Corriere della Sera today is discussing the hypothesis of a San Siro 2.
“A new stadium but it will always be in San Siro. The building that Milan and Inter will build together could be born just a few meters away from the current Meazza, which would be demolished or converted to serve another purposes. To the East of it, there is an area that SNAI has been trying to sell for a long time or on the opposite side of it, there is a massive parking lot. Since yesterday, the hypothesis of a San Siro 2, more modern and functional than its predecessor, has more or less received the green light of the administration.
“The Mayor and his councilors continue to prefer the option of 99-year agreement of surface right with the two clubs for the current Meazza, a formula that would allow this present stadium to be modernized by limiting the third ring to build an area that is intended to sell merchandise, catering to the public and entertainment.”