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Monday March 14 2016
‘Inter need stadium solution’

President Erick Thohir says Inter must find a stadium solution “otherwise we’ll lose €20m in profit”.

The Nerazzurri share Stadio Giuseppe Meazza with city rivals Milan, who were planning to move out and build their own ground in the Portello area of the city.

However, President Silvio Berlusconi abandoned that plan due to spiralling costs, and the pair must now find a way to maximise revenue from San Siro.

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Friday February 26 2016
Inter-Milan stadium talks

Inter and Milan have decided to cooperate to work towards renewing San Siro, according to reports.

The two clubs have long been opposed in terms of their vision of what should happen to their common stadium, as the Rossoneri were thinking of migrating to a new structure and giving mixed signals to Inter in terms of what to do with San Siro.

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Thursday February 25 2016
Bolingbroke: ‘Inter had a project…’

CEO Michael Bolingbroke says Inter “had a project for a redesign” of San Siro, before Milan “changed their minds”.

The Nerazzurri are meeting with their city rivals today to discuss the future of Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, after the Diavolo abandoned their idea for a new stadium.

“For the first two years Milan were focused on a stadium project at Portello,” Bolingbroke reminded ANSA outside of the meeting.

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Thursday February 25 2016
Inter, Milan hold stadium talks

Inter and Milan are holding talks over San Siro this afternoon, with Barbara Berlusconi to meet Erick Thohir.

The stadium will host the Champions League final this season, and the two clubs are working on renovations.

However, there is also dispute over the future of the Giuseppe Meazza after the Rossoneri abandoned their plan for a stadium in the Portello area of the city.

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Monday February 15 2016
Thohir to meet Moratti, Milan

Erick Thohir will reportedly meet Massimo Moratti this week to discuss Inter’s financial future.

The Indonesian businessman is currently in Europe, and is meeting with Paris Saint-Germain tomorrow ahead of their Champions League tie with Chelsea.

The Nerazzurri President is thought to be seeking new investment, facilitated by banking giant Goldman Sachs.

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Thursday January 28 2016
Berlusconi: ‘Milan need own stadium’

Barbara Berlusconi says Milan owning their own stadium is a “key step” and admits differences of opinion with Adriano Galliani.

The Rossoneri had planned to build their own stadium in the Portello area of the city, but President Silvio Berlusconi then declared that they would stay at San Siro.

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Thursday November 5 2015
Thohir: ‘San Siro could be smaller’

Inter President Erick Thohir discusses the stadium situation, hinting San Siro’s capacity is too high.

The Nerazzurri patron met with his opposite number at Milan, Silvio Berlusconi, this week to discuss plans for the ground, with the Rossoneri abandoning a plan for their own stadium.

“First of all, it was an opportunity to get to know each other,” Thohir explained in an interview with Tuttosport.

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Monday October 19 2015
Thohir: ‘Discussions over San Siro’

President Erick Thohir reveals Inter are in “serious negotiations" with Milan over the future of San Siro.

The Rossoneri had been planning to move out and build their own stadium in the Portillo area of the city, but that project has fallen through.

The Beneamata were intending to take full control of Stadio Giuseppe Meazza when their neighbours left, meaning everything is now up in the air.

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Tuesday October 6 2015
Tavecchio: 'Fix existing stadiums'

Federation President Carlo Tavecchio wants Napoli, Milan, Inter and others to revamp stadiums rather than build new ones.

So far in Serie A, only Juventus, Sassuolo and Udinese have ownership of their stadiums, as all other clubs rent them from the local council.

Milan recently abandoned plans to build a new arena, while Napoli and the local council have battled for years over who will pay for refurbishment work at the Stadio San Paolo.

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Wednesday September 30 2015
Moratti: ‘Inter and Milan will share’

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.

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