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szdaily -> Sports
Milan denies San Siro move
    2018-January-11  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

AC Milan insisted Tuesday they have no intention of moving away from the iconic San Siro Stadium that the side shares with city rival Inter after the mayor of Milan suggested a move was imminent.

“AC Milan states that the club has never expressed the desire to leave San Siro,” said AC Milan in a statement following Milan mayor Giuseppe Sala’s comments.

Sala had told Sky Sport Italia that the Chinese-owned club was pushing for its own stadium and had discussed areas in the city that would be suitable, citing a two-three-month period of reflection.

“Milan is thinking of a new stadium, its stadium, we are giving them time to check if there are any possibilities, but in the end something will have to be done. We have given the availability of the areas that we consider suitable,” said Sala.

“I think Milan needs 2-3 months of reflection.”

But the club denied that it was definitely planning a move away from the 80,000-seater San Siro in the west of the city, and proposed among the options it was considering the renovation of the existing stadium. (SD-Agencies)

 

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