Corporate CEO Alessandro Antonello has urged caution on the notion of Inter Milan staying at a renovated San Siro.

The executive spoke to Italian broadcaster RAI, via FCInterNews. He made clear that the Nerazzurri have done significant work in the Rozzano area and that that remains their priority.

Milan Mayor Beppe Sala is working to convince Inter and AC Milan to stay at the San Siro.

That is not the direction the clubs are going in.

The Nerazzurri and the Rossoneri had spent several years pursuing plans to demolish the stadium and build a new, more modern structure in its place.

But after it became clear that this would be impossible, the clubs have looked elsewhere.

Inter have taken steps towards building a stadium in the commune of Rozzano. And for Milan, San Donato is the designated area.

Sala hopes that new plans to renovate the San Siro could convince the clubs to make another U-turn, though.

The Mayor is hoping that if the existing stadium can be modified to be able to bring in higher revenues, Inter and Milan could decide to stay in it after all.

Antonello Urges Caution On Inter Milan Staying At San Siro

Later this week, Inter and Milan will meet with the Mayor.

Along with representatives from the clubs and Sala, there will also be representatives from WeBuild, the construction firm that has proposed plans to renovate the San Siro.

Naturally, the Mayor would hope that the clubs will find the proposal convincing.

But Inter Corporate CEO Antonello is not too confident that there will be any great change of heart after Friday’s meeting.

“We remain cautious,” the Inter executive said.

“Because we want to have a stadium that can accommodate the fans in the best way possible.”

Antonello continued that “We’re still proceeding with the idea of building in Rozzano.”

The Corporate CEO noted that “The area is well-connected. And it has already been used to host sporting events.”