The new Chinese owners of AC Milan are considering evicting rivals Internazionale from their shared San Siro stadium.

The consortium, which agreed to pay €730m (£628m/$818m) for the Italian Serie A club last month, will look at building a new 60,000-seat stadium for Milan or taking over the San Siro.

Reports suggest they will not accept the sharing agreement that has existed for almost 70 years. Milan were the original tenants when the stadium was built in 1925, with Inter joining their city rivals at the San Siro in 1947.  

The Repubblica newspaper reports that the Chinese investors consider the ownership of a stadium as integral to their strategy of doubling revenues and again becoming a regular qualifier for the Uefa Champions League competition.