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According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, AC Milan has decided to build its new stadium without Inter and has identified three potential spots for the post-San Siro era.
The two clubs had approved, barely a year ago a project called ‘The Cathedral’. A shared stadium that should have been built in San Siro. The legendary Stadio Meazza should have been dismantled to comply with environmental regulations, but according to Gazzetta, this plan is no longer on Gerry Cardinale’s agenda. In fact, the new Rossoneri owner wants to build a new stadium on his own, without his city rivals. The defending Serie A champions have already identified three locations where their new home could be built. The first option is in Sesto San Giovanni, just outside Milan. The second option is San Donato, also just outside Milan; while the third is a 75-hectare area called “La Maura”, not too far from San Siro, owned by the FCMA group.