Inter and Milan will build a new stadium to share and the San Siro will be demolished once the new stadium is ready. According to the Gazzetta dello Sport, “the new stadium will be built in the current parking area and will have a capacity of 60 thousand seats which should cost €600M (€300M per club). Building it is going to take an estimated 30 months (after 18 months of dealing with bureaucratic process), half of that time is needed just to completely renovate the stadium. Inter are now convinced: the Nerazzurri were a bit hesitant at first but they are now satisfied with how a ‘fundamental asset’ is taking shape.”

This new stadium should be ready for the 2023-2024 season. The advantage in this case is that Inter and Milan will still be able to play at the San Siro during the construction period and not having to move temporarily to another stadium, as it would have happened in the event of renovating the Meazza. According to the Gazzetta dello Sport, “it will not be called the Giuseppe Meazza. It is logical to think that Inter and Milan will use the naming rights to get more revenue.”

Source: GdS

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