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Inter Milan Take Decisive Step Towards Owning Their Own Stadium As Canadian Defender Becomes Top Priority For January

Written By Onyeka Daniel

For Inter Milan and AC Milan, building a new stadium has become top priority with direct and indirect reports from the management of the two clubs confirming this. Initially, the plan was to build on the existing ground of the Giuseppe Meazza stadium.

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But with the restriction placed on the stadium, the Milanese clubs have decided to take their plans elsewhere and separately too. For the Rossoneri, they looking at building at the San Donato area, well outside the city, just like Inter.

And while the Rossoneri seem to be ahead in their plans, Inter may in fact be taking a much more steady approach, leaving no stone unturned. After getting the necessary approvals, the Nerazzurri have published the first two pictures of the volumetric project for their new 70,000-seat stadium and have launched a poll for their fans.


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Inter are planning to build their new stadium in the area of Rozzano and have just published the first two images of a volumetric project by Populous. This means Inter’s new stadium won’t necessarily look like the one in the pictures published by the club.

Populous is the same design firm behind the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, which had also presented a project for ‘The Cathedral’, a new stadium to be built in the San Siro area after 2026, which should have been shared by Inter and Milan.

This proposal is no longer on the table as both Milanese sides are working on two different projects to have club-owned stadiums. Inter have released the latest updates on their own plan, confirming the acquisition of the exclusive rights from Infrafin for an area in Rozzano.

The Nerazzurri said they want to build a new, modern, sustainable and accessible 70,000-seat stadium with green areas, restaurants and shops. “Outside will be built a sports town and reception spaces for fans and for all people who will attend the district, in continuity with the surrounding park and usable for 365 days a year.”

The stadium will be “integrated with Milan’s infrastructure” and easily connected with the city centre, said the Nerazzurri. Inter have also launched a poll involving the whole “Nerazzurri community” to share opinions on different issues, including mobility, regarding the club’s “new home.”

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The club is also reportedly looking to pounce on the lack of playing of Tajon Buchanan to pull off a January switch. The Nerazzurri have lost the services of Juan Cuadrado who will now undergo surgery that will rule him out for several months. They signed the Colombian in the summer as a back-up for Denzel Dumfries on the right wing.

However, an Achilles tendon inflammation has been haunting his campaign since September. So with the 35-year-old out of service, Inter have rekindled their interest in Tajon Buchanan. The 24-year-old is a right winger who currently plies his trade at Club Brugge. However, the Canada international hasn’t been a regular starter at the Belgian club.

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According to a report from Italy, the player’s lack of playing could be the opening that Inter needs to sway him over. Buchanan has made 20 appearances across all competitions this season. He scored three goals and provided his teammates with four assists.

The source claims that Inter are aiming for an operation similar to the one that saw them signing Robin Gosens from Atalanta in January 2022. Inter will try to secure an initial loan deal that includes an obligation to buy at the end of the season, but much will depend on the value placed on him by his club. Borussia Dortmund Thomas Meunier is also another option.

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