Inter and AC Milan are set to hold another meeting with the municipality of Milan in the next few days about the proposed construction of a new stadium in the city.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Corriere della Sera, who report that the two clubs are hoping to move the process of approving the project along as quickly as possible and that there is optimism between all parties.
Yesterday morning a meeting was held between Nerazzurri and Rossoneri directors and newly re-elected Milan Mayor Giuseppe Sala with the aim of getting the stadium project back on track after it had been put on hold in the lead-up to the civic elections in Milan earlier in the month.
Milan President Paolo Scaroni and Inter Vice-President Javier Zanetti have both emphasized the importance of speeding up the process so that construction on the proposed new stadium can begin soon.
An agreement with the municipality on the scope of the construction for the stadium and surrounding area must be found, but there is optimism and more should be known after the outcome of the talks.