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Inter Milan and AC Milan are preparing legal action in response

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In reaction to the suggested injunction prohibiting the demolition of the San Siro. Inter Milan and AC Milan are prepared to file a lawsuit.

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The Nerazzurri and the Rossoneri are reportedly ready to pursue damages for the loss of money and time resulting from the delay, according to FCInterNews. Which obtained this information from today’s print edition of the Milan-based publication Gazzetta dello Sport.

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The San Siro would need to be demolished as part of the develop of a new stadium in Milan. which Inter and Milan are attempting to go forward with.

However, the clubs must contend with still another challenge: the danger of an injunction against demolishing the San Siro.

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The clubs have since then under the idea that they.

Why Inter Milan is taking action?

The clubs contend that further delays would cost them money and put off the construction of their new stadium, which they view as essential for updating their infrastructure and boosting income.

According to FCInterNews, which sourced this information from today’s print edition of the Milan-based daily Gazzetta dello Sport. The Nerazzurri and the Rossoneri are apparently preparing to seek compensation for the financial and time losses brought on by the delay.

As part of the construction of a new stadium in Milan. Which Inter and Milan are hoping to go forward with, the San Siro would need to be destroyed.

As part of the construction of a new stadium in Milan. Which Inter and Milan are hoping to go forward with, the San Siro would need to be destroyed.

But the clubs also have to deal with the threat of a court order prohibiting the destruction of the San Siro.

Since then, the clubs have been putting together their preparations with the assumption that they will be permitted. To carry out the destruction because an effort to get such an injunction was made in 2020 but failed.

Further delays, according to the clubs. Would cost them money and postpone the building of their new stadium. Which they see as being crucial for modernizing their infrastructure and increasing revenue.

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