There is no change of heart from either Inter Milan or AC Milan as industrial development group Webuild prepare plans for the San Siro.

Today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews, report that the Nerazzurri and the Rossoneri remain firmly committed to plans in Rozzano and San Donato respectively.

For the last year or so, Inter and Milan have decisively moved away from plans to replace the San Siro.

Having spent several years trying to move ahead with those plans, the two clubs lost patience.

The continued bureaucratic hurdles raised doubts about whether the clubs could even build a new stadium. And the injunction against demolishing the San Siro was the final nail in the coffin.

So the clubs changed their plans.

It was Milan who first made the decision. The Rossoneri have been working on plans in the San Donato area.

Milan recently purchased the land on which they intend to build a new stadium.

And Inter have made significant progress in the commune of Rozzano. The Nerazzurri reportedly hope to be playing in a new stadium in that area by the start of the 2028-29 season.

No Change Of Heart From Inter Or Milan On San Siro As Webuild Prepare Redevelopment Plans

So for the city of Milano, the question has become what to do about the future of the San Siro.

And the plans are to refurbish and redevelop the stadium.

Italian industrial development group Webuild have presented the latest plans in this respect.

The city’s Mayor Beppe Sala has expressed the hope that one of the clubs, Inter in particular, could have a change of heart.

The Mayor has suggested that if the redevelopment process does not intrude on the teams’ playing schedule, this could be a factor.

But according to the Gazzetta, the clubs’ stances are as clear as ever.

Inter and Milan would have no intention of staying at the San Siro. They are building elsewhere.