AC Milan could decide to abandon the current plans for a new stadium in Milan if the delays continue to hold up progress on construction.
This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper La Repubblica, who report that the Rossoneri could decide to build a stadium on their own, especially in the event that they are bought by Investcorp.
The Nerazzurri and the Rossoneri have been pushing to construct a new stadium together but have faced continual bureaucratic hurdles which have held up construction.
So far the plan has been to build a shared stadium for the teams like the San Siro, which would see them divide expenses as well as earnings.
However, with Bahraini fund Investcorp reportedly in serious talks to purchase the Rossoneri from Elliott Management, they could decide to completely change their plans and break from their city rivals.
Investcorp are among other things specialists in real estate investment, and would certainly make speedy progression on the stadium front a major priority if they were to take over at Milan.
This could mean deciding to scrap the current new stadium plans and re-starting plans of their own to construct a stadium without the Nerazzurri.