With numerous speculations already dismissed, new scenario is now drawn by Il Giorno and SportMediaset, who suggest Inter might stay at San Siro if AC Milan pursue their new private stadium.
To date it was Inter reportedly more interested in leaving Italy’s largest stadium, Stadio Giuseppe Meazza. The club had ordered initial concept from renowned David Manica, while last November the club’s new owner reassured that he’s committed to deliver the new stadium.
Just a week later AC Milan were also speculated to consider a relocation, as public company Arexpo confirmed the club’s interest in Expo 2015 grounds, 6km north-west of San Siro. This could have meant both clubs leaving their current home in pursuit of better revenues.
Now it seems this isn’t the case. The more details about AC Milan’s new plan are released, the more Inter is linked with staying put and taking over at San Siro. Things should look much clearer in mid-March, because AC Milan has to submit their offer to build on the ground of Expo 2015 by March 14.
If the club continue with the scheme of building a private stadium, they could move there as early as in 2016, but more likely in 2017.
The two Milanese giants have shared the Giuseppe Meazza since the 1947-48 campaign. The ground will host the 2016 Champions League Final.