In today’s print edition, Corriere dello Sport have revealed which parts of San Siro will be incorporated into Inter and AC Milan’s new stadium project.

The majority of San Siro is to be bulldozed as part of the project which will reportedly cost in excess of no less than €1.2 billion but some parts of it will remain, namely one tower, one Curva and part of the east stand with part of the ramps.

What remains of San Siro will not be incorporated into the new stadium itself but rather the area that surrounds the stadium which will include no shortage of green space, hotels, restaurants and shops.

Inter and AC Milan yesterday shared revised plans with the Milan city council and also shared update images from both the Populous Group and Manica/Sportium, the two architecture groups in the running to build the new state of the art stadium as part of the project that they hope to complete by 2024.