Inter and Milan want superficies rights to the Giuseppe Meazza, will allow more economic growth to both clubs
Spotlights are once again on San Siro: as we are waiting for the return of those magical nights in Europe, the flame is rekindled on the question of the future of this stadium.
The change of Milan ownership has reopened the channels of communication between the two clubs, those that were closed during the management of Yonghong Li.
Back then, Inter thought about a future of having the stadium all to themselves, today talks with Milan are ongoing for a future of existing together, in particularly, negotiation will start with the City for a concession (selling the rights of superficies) for 99 years. It is not possible to talk about owning the stadium but this talk is very close to it.
Inter and Milan are currently renting the stadium and recently, a €15M renovation was approved by the City. In the coming weeks, the leaderships of two Milanese clubs will meet to define a shared plan that they will present themselves at the negotiating table with Palazzo Marino (where City hall is located).
The City of Milan is open to this type of solution which would allow the fans to stay in their historic “home” and the two clubs to add an important piece for economic growth and consolidation up to the world’s standards. The object of this negotiation will be the cost of almost century old concession.
Inter and Milan are ready to coexist and manage the Meazza together, starting with the work of renovating the stadium to make it a more modern facility without losing his historical charm, but they will have to deal with the budget. This situation is not stuck like in the past: the road ahead is still a long one but Inter and Milan have started the journey.