Inter Milan have received a significant boost in their attempts to build their own stadium in Rozzano.

The Nerazzurri have launched a plan to build their ground in the nearby region of Rozzano, a comune in the metropolitan city of Milano.

Even though the municipality of Milano is still desperately trying to keep Inter and AC Milan at San Siro, the two clubs are still working on their separate projects.

For their part, Inter already have a first-refusal right on an appropriate land in Rozzano. This option remains valid until the end of April, while a possible renewal remains on the cards.

According to Calcio e Finanza, Inter’s plans have received a major boost in recent days.

As the source tells it, the current owners of the land, the Cabassi Group, have obtained the required license to build a sporting venue.

The so-called PGT variant grants the owners the right to build a ground that hosts “Cultural, sports and leisure services.”

The license explicitly confirmed the possible building of arenas, stadiums and entertainment facilities.

Boost For Inter Milan Stadium Plans As Rozzano Land Obtains Important License

Therefore, the Nerazzurri have now solved one of the bureaucratic knots.

The club would now have to exercise its right to buy the land from the Cabassi Group before presenting a feasibility study to the Rozzano municipality.

Inter Corporate CEO Alessandro Antonello had identified the 2028/29 campaign as a plausible date to launch the new stadium, if it all goes according to plan.