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The San Siro may not be solely Inter's after all

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Football Italia reported yesterday that former Inter president Massimo Moratti believes that Inter and Milan will continue to share the San Siro, at least for the foreseeable future.

Football Italia reported yesterday that former Inter president Massimo Moratti believes that Inter and Milan will continue to share the San Siro, at least for the foreseeable future.

The Rossoneri had revealed plans to leave the San Siro and build their own stadium, but recently stated that they would be staying, as we reported a few weeks ago. Obviously, that news made Inter (and especially Erick Thohir) quite angry, as the Nerazzurri had already begun making plans to make significant improvements to the Meazza once they to had sole custody.

Of the situation, Moratti told Milanese journalists:

I think that, pragmatically, in the end it will come down to a Milan and Inter stadium... Someone is always looking to build a stadium, but I think the most convenient and useful thing is to use San Siro... Of course, if anyone could build their own stadium, it would be fantastic from an economic point of view, but at the moment I can't see that solution.