Inter and AC Milan are continuing to consider the possibility of moving their new stadium project to the Sesto San Giovanni area of the city according to a report in today’s print edition of Tuttosport.
The clubs recently met again with the Milan city council for talks relating to the new stadium project and specifically spoke about the future of San Siro. In about a week’s time, things should be a lot clearer.
There is private land available to the clubs in Sesto San Giovanni and with the land being privately owned, the two clubs will have far more freedom to do what they want unlike at San Siro, where the land is owned by the council and therefore subject to stricter conditions.
Sesto San Giovanni does have its disadvantages though. The ground the stadium would be built on would be where a former steel plant operated and the Sesto San Giovanni area of the city has lots of shops, which could take people away from shopping at the shops that would come with the new stadium.