AC Milan and Inter took another small step forward in their pursuit of building a new stadium by submitting an updated version of the plans.
The latest news last month was that there has been a slowdown in the plans caused by Inter because of their ownership situation. Their current owners – the Chinese group Suning – are looking to sell shares and there is an ongoing negotiation with the fund BC Partners.
The Council of Milan wants clarity on the ownership of the Nerazzurri otherwise they will not evaluate whether the stadium is in the public interest.
As reported by MilanNews, Milan and Inter today submitted the clarifications and additions on the stadium subject requested by the Milan administration in December. These clarifications were related to the spaces that will remain for public use and to the entertainment functions, that must be agreed with the Council.
The integrations regarding the economic and financial plan were also delivered and now the ball is with the Council again, with the clubs awaiting an administration decision.