Inter Milan still have a significant obstacle to overcome before they can truly launch their new stadium project in Rozzano.

After watching their shared plans to rebuild the San Siro falter, Inter and AC Milan have split paths.

Each club is now looking to construct its own ground in a different comune in the metropolitan city of Milano.

While the Rossoneri have identified the San Donato region as their new home, the Nerazzurri have been laying plans for a stadium in Rozzano.

Yesterday, the mayor of Rozzano Giovanni Ferretti urged Inter to accelerate their plans.

As the mayor explained, the club has the right of first refusal on the land identified as the site for the new stadium.

However, Inter’s option will expire on the 30th of April.

But according to FcInterNews, the main knot for the Serie A leaders remains finding an economic agreement with the land’s owners, Cabassi Group.

The Nerazzurri are still hoping to reach an accord with the owners and then appear before the Rozzano municipality with a feasibility study.

Inter Milan Looking To Find An Agreement With Rozzano Land Owners

Nevertheless, the club still has an alternative option. That is working alongside the municipality of Milano to renovate the San Siro.

Milano mayor Beppe Sala has been pushing hard in this direction in recent months.

However, the source believes that Inter remain skeptical over the plausibility of the project.

The General Manager of WeBuild, Massimo Ferrari, has recently presented a road map for the renovation plans. He claimed that construction work won’t have a major effect on the stadium’s ability to host matches.

However, the Nerazzurri remain unsold by what they deemed to be honeyed words. Thus, the club is still eager to find a solution in Rozzano.