Milano mayor Beppe Sala lays his plans for the San Siro renovation, but receives cold response from Inter Milan and AC Milan.

In 2019, the two clubs launched a shared project to build a new stadium in the stead of the current Giuseppe Meazza ground.

Nevertheless, they faced a series of bureaucratic knots and the authorities eventually imposed a restraint preventing the demolishing of the current stadium, citing its historical and cultural value.

Therefore, the two Serie A giants went in separate directions, with each looking to build its own venue.

The Nerazzurri have identified the Rozzano region as their new home. For their part, the Rossoneri chose the San Donato region.

Nevertheless, mayor Sala is still desperately trying to keep the two clubs within the city walls.

He’s looking to work his way around the imposed restraint with a plan to renovate San Siro.

According to La Repubblica via FcInterNews, the mayor proposed to the clubs the ownership of the land for 90 years.

Sala also offered to enlarge the renovation area to include, in addition to the stadium, Parco dei Capitani and the nearby parking lot.

Nevertheless, the source claims that Inter and Milan remain unmoved.

Inter Milan & AC Milan Give The Cold Shoulder To San Siro Renovation Plans

The two clubs reportedly received the suggestion rather coldly. The duo prefer to embark on their own plans at this point.

As for the Nerazzurri, the coming months could bear significant news, as Rozzano mayor Giovanni Ferretti suggested yesterday.

Inter have obtained the exclusive right to purchase the land in Rozzano. However, they must exercise it before the end of April.