Inter are hoping to host more than 100,000 fans between their next two matches at the San Siro, the Champions League clash with Sheriff Tiraspol tomorrow and then the Serie A match against Juventus on the weekend.
This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri have targeted the number based on current regulations for stadium capacity.
Inter have been grateful to play in front of fans after more than a season playing in empty stadiums, even though as of yet it has proved impossible to play with full capacity crowds.
The club return to the San Siro tomorrow after playing their first match back from the international break away in Rome, and they are targeting around 45,000 spectators in attendance to watch their Champions League group stage clash with Sheriff.
After that, Juventus will travel to the San Siro for a massive head-to-head encounter in Serie A, and the club are expecting that with this match they will reach more than 100,000 spectators in total for the two matches in the space of less than a week.