Inter Milan and AC Milan have launched the two projects for their new arena, which could determine the demolition of this legendary San Siro.
At a presentation at Milan’s Politecnico University on Thursday, both architectural companies who are the finalists – Manica-Cmr Sportium along with Populous – demonstrated their plans.
In cooperation with the clubs, the town council can decide whether to provide the green light. It might also elect instead to renovate the stadium.
The new arena is expected to cost $650m (#577m) and take three years to construct. The clubs also aim to consult with fans.
Both projects could attract fans so the history of the original San Siro is not forgotten but both designs include references to the arena.
Manica’s layouts would observe at a park for the whole town and the pitch maintained, while Populous plans to place a museum to the site of the field, with the entrance where the centre circle was.
The Italo-American firm the project of Manica includes two circles, with panels of person lovers’ faces.
The scene – a American company – has echoes of Milan sites like the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II and the Duomo and contains a bunch.
The two Milan clubs opted against ordering the San Siro as it would have cost an estimated $510m (#452m), meant a loss of $115m (#102m) in revenue during building and taken five to six years to finish.
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