Inter and AC Milan will be paying €198 million to Palazzo Marino for a 90-year concession on San Siro should the proposed plans all go through, according to a report in the Italian media.
As has been reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport, the public debate that is now ongoing in relation to the new stadium is bringing up various details about the project that were not previously known.
It will be costing Inter and AC Milan €198 million to use the space that the new San Siro site will be placed on for the next 90 years if all of the plans go through as is currently planned.
Other details that are being confirmed relate to the capacity which will be 65,000 seats and 9,000 of those will be executive seats.
The entire finished project may take six and a half years and it will be getting built for three years alongside the existing stadium.