Over 130,000 spectators are expected to be in attendance at the San Siro between Inter’s next two matches, against AC Milan in the Coppa Italia and then Roma in Serie A.
This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that both matches should be sold out or very close to it.
Fans have been allowed back in stadiums without capacity restrictions since the beginning of the month, though the Nerazzurri have not yet sold out the San Siro to its full capacity.
Nor have their city rivals AC Milan, but tomorrow evening’s massive Coppa Italia semi-final clash should easily see the stadium at capacity, and the Nerazzurri are set to earn €4 million in ticket revenues.
Meanwhile, there are around 1500 tickets still to be sold for this weekend’s Serie A clash against the Giallorossi, though these could yet also be sold for another packed house as the Nerazzurri’s season comes to a climax.