Atalanta will play their Champions League home games at San Siro this season after Milan gave their seal of approval.
Despite being on the starting put hesitant, the Rossoneri are no doubt in agreement with Inter and Milan’s city council over letting the Dea exhaust the arena.
“We can confirm that we settle for Atalanta’s quiz of with a view to play their Champions League home fits at San Siro,” they told ANSA.
“Our dedication is accessible in compliance with the plod thought of Milan mayor Giuseppe Sala and after having understood the sturdy desire of the Bergamo membership.
“We get this opportunity is priceless no longer supreme for Atalanta but moreover all of Italian football as it’s inspired by crucial values similar to the sense of hospitality, admire and ‘beautiful play’.”
Atalanta beforehand ragged Sassuolo’s Mapei Stadium for Europa League home games in 2017-18, but the eighty,000-seater venue grew to modified into an option after Milan pulled out of the opponents.
That formula they will no longer sleep for their first-ever Champions League advertising campaign being played in segment at San Siro, which is correct 60km some distance from Bergamo.