Inter have not turned their back on the plans to build their new stadium in the San Siro, but they are increasingly considering the possibility of building elsewhere.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that while the clubs are committed to the current plans their desire for things to speed up has caused them to consider Sesto San Giovanni as an alternative.

The clubs are absolutely determined to get the new stadium built on the timeline that they’ve outlined, as they see the boost in revenue that it will be bring as essential to keeping up with the top sides in European football.

For now, the Nerazzurri and the Rossoneri are cooperating in the process of the public debate, but they expect the city to repay their good faith with a speedy resolution.

Should the bureaucratic hurdles not be overcome swiftly and allow for construction to begin soon, the clubs could very well decide to shift their plans towards Sesto San Siovanni.