Celtic are waiting to hear whether the away leg of their Champions League tie against Milan will be held at the San Siro.
Italian football will resume at the weekend, following a suspension due to the death of a policeman during violent fan clashes in Sicily. But Milan’s home games will be played behind closed doors because the San Siro does not comply with strict new safety measures.
Uefa has arranged to meet officials of the Italian club to discuss the staging of the 7 March fixture.
Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani has criticised the decision to close the San Siro.
“We have done everything we could do,” Galliani told the Milan club website.
“It’s obvious we want to play at the San Siro with open doors and as far as the Champions League is concerned, I spoke to (Uefa president Michel) Platini and we are free to play at home, maybe behind closed doors, or away (from home).
“I think it’s fundamentally unjust to close a stadium like the San Siro on which we have already spent 20m euros for works which are never-ending.
“We have done everything the law has asked us to do and have no reason to feel bad.”
Galliani also revealed that Newcastle and Geneva had already offered to stage the Celtic match.