Inter are aiming to have an attendance of 50,000 for the Champions League fixture against FC Sheriff on Tuesday evening, according to a report in the Italian print media today.
As has been reported by Corriere dello Sport, the fact that stadiums are now allowed to open to 75% capacity in Italy means Inter can welcome their biggest crowd since the start of the pandemic.
Almost 40,000 tickets are believed to have been sold already for the match but the club hope and expect that to grow to between 45,000 and 50,000 before the night arrives.
The attendance will likely be boosted by the unexpected importance of the fixture. FC Sheriff have won both of their games in the group stage so far, so they top the group.
Inter have just one point so it is crucial that they perform to their best and show the spectators that they can qualify from their Champions League group this year.