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Goldman Sachs to advise AC Milan and Inter on new stadium

AC and Inter Milan have turned to US investment bank Goldman Sachs to evaluate the feasibility of their new stadium project from both a financial and operational standpoint, according to Il Sole 24 Ore, reports, www.sportspromedia.com/.

The Italian daily business newspaper says the Serie A clubs engaged the financial services giant six months ago, although information from the company's analysis has not yet been made publicly available.

Spanish champions Barcelona last year also appointed Goldman Sachs to advise on their redevelopment of the Camp Nou, and the Milan clubs now appear to be looking to the same firm to help fund their plans to build a new, 60,000-seater San Siro.

It has also been reported that club officials – including AC chief executive Ivan Gazidis and Inter equivalent Alessandro Antonello – have recently visited the US to meet with representatives from Goldman Sachs to discuss the construction of the new stadium.

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