Inter Milan will reportedly proceed with their new stadium project even though the future of Suning remains up in the air.

Following the collapse of the new San Siro project, Inter and AC Milan have gone in separate directions. Each club is now looking to build its own ground in a different location.

The Nerazzurri are planning on building their venue in the Rozzano region.

According to Tuttosport via FcInterNews, Inter Milan would like to proceed with their plans despite the uncertainty surrounding the club’s ownership.

The current majority owners could resort to a sale due to financial difficulties. The Chinese group must either pay or refinance the Oaktree loan by May 2024. Therefore, selling the club could be Suning’s escape route.

Nevertheless, the report explains how the new stadium project could raise the club’s value. Thus, Sunning would like to go forward with their plans regardless of whether they remain at the helm of the club or not.

The source adds that the Nerazzurri would like to lay the first stone in 2025. They hope to have the new stadium ready for the 2028/29 campaign.

Moreover, the report expects the club to present a feasibility study by the 30th of April 2024.

Tuttosport explains that the main obstacle that might derail this project could be the traffic jam in the region. Nevertheless, the mayor of Rozzano is hellbent on resolving this knot,

Inter Milan Owners Suning Are Looking To Proceed with New Stadium Plans Despite Uncertain Future

Inter will be looking to rely on the services of Populous. This is the architecture studio that presented the Cathedral design for the now-defunct new San Siro project.

Finally, the source speculates that a change of ownership might revive the San Siro project. The mayor of Milan Giuseppe Sala is still pushing for his solution.