It is reported later today that Inter Milan has plans to build new stadium with 60,000 capacity.
Inter is expected to unveil the official details for new stadium at SPONSOR’s Sports Venue Summit in Munich later next month.
Details issued about the stadium include plans for 150 VIP boxes and a maximum of 5,000 corporate seats.
Stadium consultant Nicholas Gancikoff is leading the project. Gancikoff is ready to release the plans during the first day of the Summit, while addressing the impact that the European Championships football tournament has on stadium infrastructure.
Sportfive Vice-President Ulrik Ruhnau will join Gancikoff in the venture, along with Wroclaw 2012 Vice-President Thomas Speck, and law firm Chancellery Arnecke Siebold representative Michael Siebold.
The club expects the stadium to become a reality by 2014, possibly contributing to a Euro 2016 bid on behalf of Italy.