The Regional Commission for Cultural Heritage of Lombardy have ruled that San Siro has no cultural interest according to a report in today’s print edition of Italian daily newspaper La Repubblica.

The commission have made their decision on the basis that as a result of a series of renovations to the stadium, very little of the stadium, which was built back in 1926 actually remains.

This ruling will now pave the way for Inter and AC Milan, who have laid out plans to build a new state of the art stadium, to come to an agreement with the Milan City Council over the new stadium project which will also see the surrounding area given a completely new lease of life.

Part of San Siro will remain and be incorporated into the Nerazzurri and Rossoneri new stadium project which will feature a lot of green space, hotels, restaurants and other things that will keep the area busy when there is no football being played.