Inter Milan and the city of Milano are planning on extensive security protocols to ensure public safety should Inter beat Man City.

This according to Italian news outlet Calcio e Finanza, who report that a total of 46,200 tickets have been sold for the San Siro to view the final.

Tomorrow evening, the San Siro will be opened up for Inter fans to view the Champions League final between the Nerazzurri and Manchester City.

Not all Inter fans can attend the match live. Only around 20,000 tickets have been allocated to Inter fans at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul.

However, the club is still ready to give the fans a special live experience. A large TV screen has been set up inside the San Siro. This will be so that as many fans as possible can gather and watch the match in a liver atmosphere.

According to Calcio e Finanza, the club have sold just over 46,000 tickets to the stadium for the special event.

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The news outlet also notes that the city of Milano has security protocols ready in the event of a win. First of all, no fans are allowed to stay at the San Siro, regardless of the result.

Even if the Nerazzurri are able to win the Champions League there will be no celebration at the stadium. Rather the celebrations will take place outside of the stadium.

There, there will be extensive presence from police and stewards to make sure that celebrations don’t get out of hand.

Then, the next day, there will be further policing. This will be to ensure the safety of Inter fans and other members of the public. Moreover, they will aim to prevent clashes with rival fans.

If Inter are to win the trophy, the team bus will have a victory parade on Sunday afternoon at around 15.00 CET through the streets of Milano.