Following a meeting between AC Milan director Barbara Berlusconi, Inter president Erick Thohir and chief executive, Michael Bolingbroke, the two clubs have agreed to form a working group to explore possible improvements to the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.
The Milanese giants have an agreement with the local municipality to manage the stadium up until 2030 and will now be working together towards the provision of a world-class match day experience.
As reported by Tuttomercattoweb.com, the meeting was characterised by a cordial environment in which the two parties discussed the San Siro’s future.
It is believed the working groups will focus on exploring the clubs’ goals of modernising the facilities, in addition to providing a more welcoming atmosphere.
Further meetings were said to be planned in the next two weeks to discuss the operations of the working groups actions further.
The stadium was first opened by the Rossoneri club in 1926 as the ‘Nuovo Stadio Calcistico San Siro’, with the Nerazzurri becoming tenants in 1947 after which the clubs have shared the ground ever since.