Inter and AC Milan are unhappy about recent comments regarding the potential new stadium from City of Milan Mayor Beppe Sala. 

This according to a report in today’s print edition of Rome based Corriere dello Sport, as reported via which claims that the Milanese club are upset, as the City of Milan Mayor stated that a decision on the potential new stadium will take at least another year.

“The City Council will decide in a year. The next step is the public debate on November 18,” Beppe Sala stated.

The two Milan based club unveiled a joint plan in September 2022 to build a new stadium to replace the 80 year old structure. Inter and AC Milan have shared the San Siro since 1947.

The project is expected to cost at least $1 billion USD and the two clubs hope that the new stadium will be built in time for the 2027/28 season.

The second phase of the project will include space for parking, restaurants and a sports centre. The proposed plan has faced resistance from those who want to keep the existing San Siro structure.