Inter Milan and AC Milan top officials held talks with City Mayor Giuseppe Sala who still hopes to revive the San Siro project.

The two Serie A giants were hoping to reconstruct a new modern stadium after demolishing the current Giuseppe Meazza ground.

But their plans hit a brick wall when the local authorities imposed a restraint preventing the destruction of the current stadium, citing its historical and cultural value.

Therefore, the Nerazzurri and the Rossoneri split paths, with each club working on its own project.

Inter are now looking to build their own stadium in Rozzano, while Milan are doing likewise in the San Donato region.

Yet, the Milano Mayor is still trying his best to keep the two clubs at San Siro. He recently launched a plan to renovate the stadium.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport via FcInterNews, Sala discussed his project this morning with top club officials.

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Corporate CEO Alessandro Antonello represented Inter. The meeting also included Milan president Paolo Scaroni.

The summit took place at Palazzo Marino where the mayor presented the primary draft of his project.

However, the source believes that Sala has yet to convince either club. Both Milan and Inter will move on with their separate plans in San Donato and Rozzano respectively.