Inter and AC Milan held a meeting yesterday with regards to the state of their plans to build a new stadium to replace the San Siro ahead of the start of the public debate around the project later this month.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that Nerazzurri Corporate CEO Alessandro Antonello and Rossoneri President Paolo Scaroni as well as consultant Giuseppe Bonomi met to discuss their strategy with the public debate finally set to kick off.

Inter and Milan have been waiting for the public debate to begin for some months, a key event in securing final approval on their new stadium plans so that construction can finally begin.

The scheduled start date for the date is September 19, although according to the Gazzetta could be further delayed by the Italian parliamentary elections to take place on September 25.

The clubs met yesterday to take stock of the situation and develop their strategy as the public debate gets closer and closer to starting.