AC Milan could decide to build a new stadium on their own rather than jointly with Inter if they change plans to building in Sesto San Giovanni rather than within the city of Milan.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Corriere della Sera, who report that the Rossoneri could look to build independently in the event that plans change regarding the location of the stadium.
Inter and AC Milan are still moving forward with existing plans to build a stadium in the city of Milan, where they would fully intend to build the stadium together to replace the San Siro.
However, with bureaucratic delays continuing to hold up construction on the existing plans, the clubs are looking at alternative options with Sesto the main candidate.
In the event that plans are upended and the new structure is to be built in Sesto rather than in place of the San Siro, the Rossoneri would consider building a 60,000-70,000 seat stadium strictly for their own use, depending on the decision of incoming owners RedBird.