The regional administrative court, commonly known as VAR, has delivered its final ruling on the San Siro restriction order, but it won’t affect the plans of Inter Milan and AC Milan.

In 2019, the two clubs launched a project to build a new stadium at San Siro after demolishing the current ground.

However, they faced a series of bureaucratic hurdles on the way. The final blow ensued last year when local authorities imposed a restriction. This prevented the destruction of the stadium due to its historic and cultural significance.

Nevertheless, some were still hoping to overturn the decision by resorting to the TAR.

But according to Tuttosport via FcInterNews, the court has rejected the appeal, considering it inadmissible.

However, this changes little in the plans of Inter and Milan who have already moved on. Each club is currently working on its own stadium project in the suburbs of Milano.

The Nerazzurri are looking to build their ground in the Rozzano region, while the Rossoneri have identified San Donato as the site for their new stadium.

TAR Rejects San Siro Appeal – Inter Milan & AC Milan Maintain Same Plans

Moreover, the two clubs are also listening to the proposal of the Milano municipality which is aiming to renovate the San Siro without demolishing it.

Milano mayor Giuseppe Sala is desperate to keep Inter and Milan within the city walls.

He has entrusted WeBuild, a construction company, with the project. They should deliver a detailed study by June. Afterwards, the two clubs will render their final decision on the project.