AC Milan and Inter are putting the final touches on their new stadium plans as they look to present it to the Municipality of Milan in early May.
The clubs, who currently share the iconic Stadio Giuseppe Meazza – San Siro, have been discussing the possibility of a new stadium for a considerable length of time and it now looks as if the wheels will be put in motion.
According to Corriere della Sera, the Milanese clubs will present their vision which will take an estimated six years to complete.
The new stadium will be built next to the current one, where they will continue to play during the construction phase, and it will take three seasons to erect.
Once completed, they will then demolish the Meazza and in its stead build a commercial area featuring parking lots, hotels and parks.