Inter CEO Alessandro Antonello admits his club and Milan have been forced “to propose new ideas, starting with the maintenance of San Siro.”
A meeting was held earlier today between Inter, Milan and the city council, which reiterated its stance that the current stadium would remain intact.
That has seemingly thrown the two clubs’ plans for a new venue into doubt, with Antonello conceding they would have to be revised.
“From the meeting with the council, we received indications about the maintenance of the San Siro surface,” the Nerazzurri supremo told reporters.
“We’re working on various hypotheses and, once again, the clubs have made themselves available.
“We’ll propose new ideas, starting from the maintenance of San Siro.”
Milan President Paolo Scaroni, meanwhile, suggested a new stadium could live in harmony with the existing Giuseppe Meazza.
“The council told us that it would keep feeding San Siro. It’s an innovative idea because you’ll have never seen two stadiums 100 metres from each other.
“We’ll see if this idea is feasible. If not, the council has made itself available to analyse other possibilities that can save space.”
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