clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Rossoneri Round-up for 27 October: New Inter president says that sharing San Siro only makes sense

Plus links for the day

Tottenham Hotspur Training Session and Press Conference Photo by Dan Istitene/Getty Images

Well, it looks like Milan will stay at the San Siro for the foreseeable future and will likely share the stadium with Inter.

New Inter president Steven Zhang said yesterday that:

Speaking from a financial perspective, it is one of the main priorities

The most sensible thing is that Inter and Milan have one stadium, irrespective of whether it’s San Siro, which is a historic stadium and an iconic stage in world football.

Milan and the city of Milan must align with us in order to complete this task as soon as possible in order to create the best experience for our fans. The priority is to stay at San Siro and modernise it.

We’re getting back in contact with Milan to evaluate possible solutions for a stadium in Milan. Milan. Having an adequate structure is part of the club’s plan for growth, by modernising San Siro or building a new stadium.

After the change in ownership at Milan, the conditions might be right and we will look to speed things up because we cannot wait any longer.

What does everyone think? Should Milan continue to share with Inter? And if the two teams do continue to share, should it be at the San Siro, or would a move to a new stadium be worth the expense?

Let us know what you think in the comments.

On to the links.

AC Milan Offside

Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is reportedly in frame to take over at Milan. [AC Milan Offside]

Juventus manager Max Allegri called Daniele Rugani the ‘future’ of Juve. [Black & White & Read All Over]

Steven Zhang named new president of Inter Milan. [Serpents of Madonnina]

Allan thanked Napoli after receiving his first Brazil call-up. [Football-Italia.net]

World Football Links

Liga MX players that aren’t getting enough attention. [FMF State of Mind]

In Mexico, Santos Laguna beat Monterrey 1-0. The match featured a great goal from Julio Furch and the worst miss of all time by Monterrey’s Luis Madrigal. [FMF State of Mind]

Aston Villa lost to Queens Park Rangers in West London. [7500 to Holte]

The new Football Manager demo is out, and here is how Leeds United look.. [Through It All Together]