Inter Milan are close to extending their exclusive agreement with the commune of Rozzano regarding land for a new stadium.

Today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, via FCInterNews, report that the Nerazzurri should extend the agreement until the end of December of this year.

At the moment, Inter have an exclusive right to pre-empt other buyers for a piece of land in the commune of Rozzano.

That agreement is for land in which the Nerazzurri are considering building a new stadium,

Rozzano is certainly the area that Inter have settled on to potentially build a stadium.

Having seen plans to replace the San Siro with AC Milan fall through, the two clubs went their separate ways. The Rossoneri in San Donato, and the Nerazzurri in Rozzano.

Milan have already purchased the land in San Donato in which they intend to build a new stadium.

Inter have not yet done so. However, they have presented their plans to the commune formally.

Inter To Extend Exclusive Agreement On Land In Rozzano

Inter have been working on a feasibility study for the use of the land in Rozzano to construct a new stadium.

However, in the meantime, there have been other distractions.

These have included the possibility that Inter and Milan could very well stay at the San Siro after all.

That is what Milan Mayor Beppe Sala hopes that the clubs will do.

The Mayor is pushing for the idea of renovating the iconic stadium so that it meets the clubs’ needs.

And Inter’s exclusive agreement regarding the land in Rozzano runs out this month.

But that shouldn’t be a problem, reports Tuttosport. The Nerazzurri are set to agree an extension of that deadline.

The club will have until the end of December to make progress on a feasibility study and construction plans per the updated agreement.