Inter President Erick Thohir reportedly met his Milan counterpart Silvio Berlusconi to discuss San Siro future. Is groundshare an option for the long term?
The Rossoneri had been planning to move out and build a new stadium in the Portello area of the city, but the plan was scrapped after a disagreement with the owners of the land. This wasn’t Milan’s first announced attempt to leave San Siro, while Inter also contemplated relocating as sharing the current stadium seemed less feasible than building privately.
Now it seems both sides are bound to stay put at least for several more seasons. According to Sky, Silvio Berlusconi and Adriano Galliani met with Thohir and Michael Bolingbroke at the former prime minister’s Arcore residence.
The news outlet notes that this is the first time Berlusconi and Thohir have met face-to-face, a symbol of how seriously the question of the stadium is being taken.