The Municipality of Milan is set to ask both Inter and AC Milan for an additional €10 million in management fees after a recent audit, according to a report in the Italian media today.
As has been reported by Il Giorno in Milna today, the clubs can expect to be hit with an unexpected bill due to a failure of the municipality to carry out necessary checks on the San Siro redevelopment.
The Court of Auditors reprimanded the Municipality on May 9 and during the budget on Friday, there will be an official response to the Court of Auditors’ remarks.
The agreement currently in force between the Municipality, Inter and Milan is worth €9.3 million per year, of which, however, a part is calculated ‘in the form of extraordinary maintenance work or innovations’ carried out by the company.
There have been calculations going on to decide how much money the clubs need to stump up and the figure is believed to be €10 million.