Inter Milan and AC Milan will wait until June to give their definitive response on the question of the future of the San Siro.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews, who report on the meeting between the clubs and the city of Milan yesterday.

Yesterday, Milan Mayor Beppe Sala held a meeting with Inter and AC Milan. Representatives of both clubs were in attendance, as were representatives of architectural firm WeBuild.

The aim of the meeting was to clarify the details of WeBuild’s proposal to renovate the San Siro.

The firm believes that they can do so for a cost of around 300 million.

The proposed renovations would be intended to meet the needs of the Nerazzurri and the Rossoneri.

Sala is hoping that he can convince the clubs to stay at the existing stadium. He believes that if the San Siro can be modified to generate revenues on par with the stadiums of other top European clubs, Inter and Milan could change course.

Inter & AC Milan To Give Response On San Siro Question In June

The clubs, for their part, have been focusing on other plans.

Inter have been working in the commune of Rozzano. And Milan have been focusing on San Donato.

The clubs have shown some openness to Sala’s idea. But they are far from convinced.

And yesterday’s meeting hasn’t changed anything so far.

The Gazzetta report that Inter and Milan will make their official requests regarding their priorities if they are to stay at the stadium in the next few months.

And then in June, WeBuild will conduct a feasibility study.

Inter and Milan will base their final response to Sala’s idea on the results of that study.

Therefore, the clubs will not deliver their definitive response until the summer.