An important date is approaching where Inter will learn more about their plans to create a new stadium that isn’t shared with AC Milan, according to a report in the Italian print media today.

As has been reported by Corriere dello Sport today, the June 19th deadline set by both Milan clubs is approaching. The deadline is when the city council must present their findings of an investigation into the public interest of a new stadium.

If too much of the public is against the idea of both clubs creating new stadiums elsewhere in the city, it will present a major headache for the Suning Group.

The plans for a new stadium are already ambitious given the financial situation that the club currently finds itself in. The Nerazzurri need to raise €80 million from player sales this summer, as well as reducing the wage bill by 15%.

It is a crucial point in their ownership of the club.