Inter and AC Milan may be enemies tomorrow evening, but they are more close than ever as they work together to progress their new stadium project, according to a report from today’s paper edition of the Rome based newspaper Corriere dello Sport.
The report details how the two Milanese clubs have been in constant contact with the City Council so far this year, with more conversations coming over the next few weeks. The next step will be decided by the thoughts of the Superintendent on the possible renovations to be made on the existing San Siro, in order to transform it into a free access public sports arena.
A response is expected by mid-March, the report continues. The Milanese clubs have already met with the City Council to discuss the land rights and will begin to pay for the rights as soon as the construction begins.
Inter are currently 19 points ahead of AC Milan in the league table after 22 games.