There will be a teleconference between AC Milan, Inter and the City Council over the new stadium project on Tuesday, a report claims.
The two clubs have made their intentions clear since last year to construct a new state-of-the-art structure which will take over from the current 94-year-old San Siro as their new home.
There have been a number of difficulties along the way with regards to what will happen to the existing stadium, as well as the costs of production and the land they will be able to use.
As reported by Calcio e Finanza (via MilanNews), a new meeting is scheduled today between the Municipality of Milan and the management of Inter and Milan to discuss the stadium project.
In the early afternoon the parties will connect by teleconference to continue the negotiations, with the main themes being discussed set to be the cubic meters and the commercial volumes permitted. Despite the Coronavirus emergency, therefore, the project for the construction of the new San Siro continues.