The outcome of local elections in the municipality of Sesto San Giovanni could end up playing a significant role in the destination of Inter and AC Milan’s new stadium.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that the Nerazzurri and the Rossoneri will be waiting to see how the elections go before they move forward decisively with their new stadium plans.

Sesto will hold municipal elections on Sunday, June 12, and the makeup of their city council could determine what the municipality’s stance is towards allowing Inter and Milan to build a new stadium there.

Thus far, the reception that the team have gotten from the municipality has been positive as they have considered it as an alternative to building a new stadium in Milan to take the place of the San Siro.

However, this could change if a new city council in Sesto is to look less favourably on the idea, which could swing things in favour of the stadium being build in Milan as is still the plan, or force the teams to look elsewhere.