AC Milan and Inter will no longer present their plans for a new stadium development on September 24, a report claims.
Milan president Paolo Scaroni essentially confirmed on Wednesday that the two clubs are proceeding with plans to construct a new stadium next to the current San Siro.
La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews) provided an insight as two what the two competing designs look like earlier in the week, with US-based giants Populous competing against Italian firm Manica-Cmr.
CorSera then provided a financial breakdown of the €1.23billion that will be pumped into the construction of the stadium and the project to gentrify the area around it.
However, the same outlet (via MN) have delivered an update on the situation by claiming that the proposed date for the presentation of the project to the council (September 24) has now been postponed.
Instead, it will now take place on Friday 27 September, and during the week there will be crucial meetings between the relevant board to decide whether the new stadium can be considered as ‘work of public interest for the city’.