The manager of Inter and AC Milan’s new stadium plans feels that if the teams cannot build in place of the San Siro in Milan, then they will be forced to move their plans elsewhere.

Speaking to Italian news outlet Calcio e Finanza, via FCInter1908, the manager of the plans Giuseppe Bonomi explained that if an injunction against tearing down the San Siro to make way for construction is granted, then the Nerazzurri and the Rossoneri will have to start from scratch elsewhere.

Inter and Milan have been making progress towards receiving approval to start construction on a new stadium which they intend to replace the San Siro.

However, potential pitfalls and hurdles remain in the club’s way, not least the continued option by many towards tearing the San Siro down.

There is an ongoing attempt being made to obtain an injunction against tearing the stadium down, and as Bonomi made clear, if this is granted then the clubs will have to think about building somewhere else.

“Right now the key issue is seeing whether or not an injunction is granted,” Bonomi explained.

“If we’re unable to build in place of San Siro, then we’ll have to evaluate other locations, but starting from scratch,” he went on.