Officials from both Inter and AC Milan are set to meet with the Milan city council today to hold further talks over the new stadium project according to a report in today’s print edition of Gazzetta dello Sport.

Talks between the parties are now at an advanced stage and one of the main points on the agenda of today’s meeting concerns what will be built in addition to the state of the art stadium itself.

When the clubs unveiled their plans at the end of last year, they made it clear that they would like to build hotels, offices, shops and restaurants. Not only would this help them re-coup some of their joint investment, which is expected to be in the region of €1 billion but it would also breathe new life into that area of the city.

However, the amount of additional buildings which the two clubs wanted is too much for the Milan city council.