Inter are planning a €70m renovation of San Siro if and when Milan move out to build their own stadium, reports suggest.
The Rossoneri are determined to follow the lead of Juventus and develop a stadium of their own, and have unveiled plans for a new arena in the centre of Milan.
Italian business newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore reveals today that those plans will see Inter undertake renovations of the Giuseppe Meazza stadium, and they would look to take ownership of the ground.
The paper says that the Beneamata are prepared to invest €70m to improve the stadium and the surrounding area, though plans have not yet been submitted.
The two Milanese giants have a joint lease agreement until 2030, so the local council would have to find an agreement with both clubs to sell the stadium to Inter.
It’s thought that an agreement could be found to let Milan out of the deal early and start work in Portello, should they be granted planning permission.
The newspaper closes by saying that there will be a new meeting to decide the future of the stadium in April.
Some improvements will be made to San Siro before any Milan exit, as the stadium will host the Champions League final next season.
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