Change Of AC Milan Ownership Could Complicate New Stadium Plans If New Owners Want To Build Without Inter, Italian Media Report
A sale of AC Milan from Elliott Management to Investcorp could complicate the new stadium plans with Inter if the new owners were to decide to build without the Nerazzurri.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that a potential desire by the Rossoneri to build the new stadium on their own would be the one complicating factor for Inter of new ownership of their city rivals.
So far, Inter and Milan have moved together in lockstep in their plans to construct a news stadium to replace the San Siro in Milan.
The clubs see the new stadium as essential to modernizing their infrastructure and increasing their revenues, and both have provided numerous confirmations that they are fully committed to building together and sharing the stadium.
The Rossoneri have been linked with a sale by the current owners Elliott to Investcorp, and if the latter were to take over at the club there is no doubt that they would want to proceed with building the new stadium.
The only thing that could potentially alter the plans would be if the new owners were to decide that they want to build the stadium on their own rather than have it be a shared stadium with Inter as the San Siro has been.