Former Inter President Massimo Moratti believes his old club and Milan will continue to share San Siro.
The Rossoneri had been planning to move out and build a new stadium in the Portello area of the city, but President Silvio Berlusconi then announced they would be staying.
That was reported to have infuriated the Nerazzurri, who had been expecting to have sole custody of San Siro, but Moratti sees sharing as the logical solution.
“I think that, pragmatically, in the end it will come down to a Milan and Inter stadium,” Moratti told journalists at the Expo in Milan.
“Someone is always looking to build a stadium, but I think the most convenient and useful thing is to use San Siro.
“Of course, if anyone could build their own stadium, it would be fantastic from an economic point of view, but at the moment I can’t see that solution.”
Moratti also had a brief comment about Sunday’s 4-1 defeat to Fiorentina.
“I don’t know if the old ‘Pazza [crazy] Inter’ is back. Inter are still there with their character anyway.”
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