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Wednesday September 23 2015
Inter-Milan suspend stadium talks?

Inter and Milan have reportedly suspended talks with the local council over San Siro.

Recent weeks have seen the Rossoneri abandon a plan for a new ground, with local councillors warning that one of the clubs should have their own stadium.

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Thursday September 17 2015
‘San Siro situation unique’

Adriano Galliani admits Milan and Inter’s situation is unique across Europe, following a San Siro dispute.

The Rossoneri were planning to vacate the iconic stadium, and won the right to construct a new stadium in the Portello area of the city.

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Wednesday September 16 2015
‘New stadium an opportunity’

A councillor on Milan’s department of sport warns Milan and Inter a new stadium ‘is an opportunity not to be missed’.

The Rossoneri had won the right to build a new arena in the Portello area of the city, but appear to have abandoned the plan in favour of staying at San Siro, to the frustration of their co-tenants.

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Wednesday September 16 2015
Inter fury over San Siro

Inter are reportedly furious after Milan President Silvio Berlusconi declared their intention to stay at San Siro.

The Rossoneri had been looking to develop their own stadium in the Portello area of the city, but got into dispute with Fondazione Fiera, which owns the land.

Berlusconi declared this week that the intention was therefore to remain at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza - shared with Inter - and Tuttosport reports that the Nerazzurri are furious.

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Monday September 14 2015
Berlusconi: ‘Milan will stay at San Siro’

Silvio Berlusconi appears to abandon a new stadium plan - ‘I think Milan will stay at San Siro’.

The Rossoneri won the right to build a new stadium in the Portello area of the city, but a dispute with the company which owns the land has delayed proceedings.

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Friday August 14 2015
Milan’s stadium alternative?

Milan are reportedly considering an alternative site for their new stadium, after running into problems at Portello.

The Rossoneri have won the right to build a new arena next to Casa Milan, but are now in dispute with Fondazione Fiera, which owns the land.

Competing with a rival bid, the Diavolo had agreed to cover all costs of reclaiming the land, but it appears they have now reneged on that agreement.

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Friday August 7 2015
Mayor: ‘Milan stadium problems’

City mayor Giuliano Pisapia, believes ‘there are too many problems’ for Milan’s stadium plan to get off the ground.

The Rossoneri have won the right to build a new arena in the Portello area of the city, but are in dispute with Fondazione Fiera, the company which owns the land.

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Wednesday August 5 2015
Milan have stadium doubts

Milan have requested more information about the subterranean landscape of Portello before committing to building their new stadium there.

The Rossoneri were awarded the right to the land by Fondazione Fiera Milano last month, with plans to build their new 48,000-seater arena in the area, across from Casa Milan.

However, Gazzetta dello Sport reports that joint-CEO of the club, Barbara Berlusconi has sent a letter to Benito Benedini, president of Fondazione Fiera, calling for a technical committee to be assembled.

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Tuesday July 7 2015
Berlusconi: 'Historic day'

Barbara Berlusconi said Milan’s “historic” new stadium will bring in “from €50m to €80m per year” and follow the London model.

Today the Fondazione Fiera finally gave the all-clear for the Rossoneri to take over the Portello area of the city to build their new arena – right next to the Casa Milan headquarters – ready for the 2018-19 campaign.

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Tuesday July 7 2015
Milan get stadium go-ahead

Milan have officially won the right to build their new stadium in the Portello area of the city – next to Casa Milan.

The project had been in the works for six months, but this evening the Fondazione Fiera Milano finally gave the all-clear.

The Rossoneri hope to have their new purpose-built 48,000-seater arena ready to open for the 2018-19 season.

This Portello area was considered particularly precious because it is facing the high-tech Casa Milan headquarters built recently.

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