Inter and AC Milan are continuing a “constructive dialogue” with the municipality of Milan, but they are demanding that the timeline be kept for the new stadium to replace the San Siro.

This according to Italian news service ANSA, via FCInterNews, who report that the process is ongoing and that the clubs are adamant on sticking to the timeline so that the stadium can be completed on time.

Time is of the essence as the Nerazzurri and the Rossoneri feel that there is little time to waste as they aim to modernize their infrastructure and increase revenues with a new stadium.

Earlier today, a report from the Gazzetta dello Sport suggested that the clubs are increasingly considering the possibility of building in the Sesto San Giovanni area rather than in place of the existing San Siro in Milan.

However, according to ANSA they are still involved in the procedure with the municipality and are preparing a dossier for the public debate so that they can get on to starting construction once that process is finished.

The clubs’ patience is not infinite, however, and they expect a speedy debate process considering their cooperation.