Authorities are keeping the third tier of the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza under observation after unusual oscillations during Inter-Atalanta.
According to the Corriere della Sera newspaper, the top tier wobbled up to 5cm as the crowd jumped in the latest Serie A match.
This is not the first time the third tier, which was added for the 1990 World Cup, has oscillated to a certain degree, as the issue was spotted as far back as 2003 during a music concert by Vasco Rossi.
The authorities had another check over the structure and ruled it safe for tonight’s Serie A game between Inter and Roma.
The third tier is not entirely open to the public, as it is reserved for a section in the Curva Sud hosting away supporters.