The municipality of Milan is anxiously awaiting the crucial decision over the San Siro Stadium. This decision could prompt Inter and AC Milan to build a new stadium outside the city.

The two Milanese giants are hoping to tear down the stadium and build a modern one at the same location. This would them increase their matchday revenues along with all the advantages of owning their own stadium, albeit a shared one.

However, this project has been facing several bureaucratic hurdles and an upcoming decision from the Superintendency could spell the end of it.

This committee is apparently leaning towards rejecting the two clubs’ request. The Superintendency could declare San Siro as a building of cultural and historic value.

In this case, the Superintendency would rebuff the request in a decision that could ultimately send Inter and Milan away from the city.

The Milan Municipality Is Greatly Concerned As Key San Siro Decision Could Push Inter And Milan Towards A New Stadium Outside The City

The Nerazzurri and their crosstown rivals may have no other choice but to search outside the city walls for a suitable location befitting of the new stadium.

Therefore, the municipality of Milan is greatly concerned by the whole situation that could deprive the city of its two stalwart clubs.

“If confirmed, the Superintendency’s decision would have serious consequences,” reads the Milan municipality’s statement via FcInter1908.

“These consequences won’t only affect the future of the stadium – and its economic sustainability – but it would also greatly reduce the chances of finding a new facility for the two clubs within the city.”