Inter have suffered another minor setback in their plans to build a new stadium with AC Milan, according to a report in the Italian media today.
Corriere della Sera’s print edition said a documentation deadline within the process had been pushed back by another 45 days, from May 5 to June 20.
Inter need all documents regarding the legal process behind the San Siro project to be translated, due to having Chinese owners in Suning.
The forms in question relate to ‘self-certification’ which must be carried out before the stadium can be built.
Inter and AC Milan’s stadium project is at a standstill after Milan mayor Giuseppe Sala invited the Nerazzurri to provide clarity on their ownership situation.
Sala told reporters yesterday that his door was open for both clubs if they wished to meet for talks, but the Milan-based paper said there was no meeting on Steven Zhang’s agenda at the moment.