The recent high attendance figures at San Siro suggest that the new stadium that the Nerazzurri and AC Milan want to build should not have a reduced capacity, according to a report in the Italian print media today.
As has been reported by Tuttosport, 32,000 fans would have missed out over the last three weeks if San Siro only held 63,000 people which is the desired capacity of the new stadium.
In the most recent matches, only Inter vs Hellas Verona has been beneath that figure at 61,000. There was 68,000 for AC Milan vs Bologna on a Monday night, 70,000 for AC Milan vs Genoa, 74,000 for the derby and 73,000 scheduled for the Inter vs AS Roma match tomorrow.
All big teams in Europe that build a new stadium want to make it bigger to get more fans in except for Juventus who chose to lower their capacity.
The reason they want it smaller is the construction costs of a third tier that will not be lucrative seats. The clubs would rather expand the hospitality section to 12,000 seats where the money is made.