AC MILAN and Inter have reportedly agreed to completely knock down the San Siro.
The Italian giants have played at the famous old ground since 1926.
But the clubs are ready for a new modern arena called 'The Cathedral'.
Both Milan and Inter approved plans for the new stadium at the end of 2021.
Initially the project only planned a partial demolition of the San Siro – but both clubs now accept no trace of the Stadio Meazza will be left, report Gazzetta dello Sport.
The demolition is due to take place between 2027-2028, once construction of the new stadium is complete.
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The clubs have reportedly agreed to a complete bulldoze of the stadium in order to make the project "greener" and more sustainable.
And they still hope to build The Cathedral on the same site as the San Siro, although that is dependent on public approval.
The new stadium is set to have a capacity of 65,000 – a reduction from San Siro's 80,000.
The Italian clubs opted for Populous' carbon neutral vision – the same company responsible for the construction of Wembley and the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
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Both clubs share the same vision for the stadium: To capture Milan's identity, and to 'facilitate the growth of the clubs and their global competitiveness.'
AC Milan's president Paolo Scaroni said: "The new San Siro will be the most beautiful stadium in the world for its strong identity and recognisability.
"An attractive arena, accessible and sustainable for the city of Milan that will facilitate the growth of the clubs and their global competitiveness."
Inter CEO Alessandro Antonello added: "The New Stadium of Milan will be in an extra-contemporary green area that can be lived all year round.
"The new district for sport and leisure and its 50,000sqm park will make San Siro the go-to neighbourhood for sport and entertainment.”
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