Inter and AC Milan are aiming to be playing in a new stadium by the start of the 2027-28 season.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews, who report that the two clubs want to follow a timeline that sees construction start in 2024.

Inter and Milan will hear the final report on the outcome of the public debate regarding their new stadium plans tomorrow.

The clubs are hoping that the report will be positive for their plans, and that they can then receive final approval from the City Council of Milan.

The two clubs’ plans are for a construction project that will cost a total of €1.3 billion, and they are not inclined to show much patience with any further delay in the progression of the timeline for the plans.

The Nerazzurri and the Rossoneri want to start construction in 2024 so that they can stick to a timeline that sees them move into the new stadium within five years, by the start of the 2027-28 campaign.

Should this not be stuck to due to further delays, the clubs could seriously consider trying to build elsewhere instead so that the stadium can be constructed in a timely manner.