New Inter Milan owners Oaktree Capital are keen to get things moving swiftly on a new stadium project.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, via FCInterNews. The newspaper anticipate the stadium will be an early priority for the new board of directors.

Today, Inter named a new board of directors.

This was a crucial step for new club owners Oaktree Capital. The US-based fund have been the Nerazzurri’s owners for a couple weeks now, having repossessed Suning’s shares last month.

But now, Oaktree can truly be said to be at the helm of Inter.

With an executive structure in place, the fund can really get down to business and pursue its agenda at Inter.

There will be no shortage of important tasks for the new Nerazzurri owners. On and off the pitch.

Beppe Marotta – newly named as club President – will lead the way in the sporting sector.

And off the pitch, Corporate CEO Alessandro Antonello will continue to guide Inter’s strategy.

According to the Corriere, there is one priority above all for the new owners.

Inter Milan Owners Oaktree Capital To Accelerate On New Stadium

The Corriere report that the new Inter owners are ready to get things moving regarding new stadium plans.

This month marks an important crossroads in that respect.

By the end of the month, the city of Milan will deliver a feasibility study on renovating the San Siro.

The city is still hopeful that renovations to the San Siro can keep Inter, AC Milan, or both at the iconic stadium.

The clubs’ view has been, for some time, that the existing stadium is unsuitable for their needs. They want more modern infrastructure that can generate greater revenues.

Otherwise, Inter will build a new stadium elsewhere. They have already identified the commune of Rozzano.

One way or the other, Oaktree will aim to sort things out as soon as possible.