Webuild CEO Massimo Ferrari says works for the redevelopment of the Stadio Meazza will need six months of work across two years, but Inter and Milan are still unconvinced about remaining at San Siro.

During an interview with Rai Sport on Wednesday, Ferrari explained how his company, Webuild,  plans to redevelop San Siro.

“We’d need to work from June until August for two years, asking to reschedule just one game. The first one [of the season] or the last one,” he said.

“To raise the stadium income for the two clubs, we need to work on VIP customers, sponsors and services outside the stadium and nearby. The VIP area would be built between the first and the second tier, developing it outside with preferential access to the pitch.”

Milan’s Mayor Giuseppe Sala met Inter and Milan directors a few days ago to inform them about the projects to redevelop San Siro.

According to Calciomercato.com, however, both Milanese clubs are still unconvinced about remaining at San Siro and would rather build a new club-owned stadium elsewhere in Milan.

The Rossoneri have bought an area in San Donato, just outside the capital of Lombardy, while Inter are developing their own project in Rozzano.

It is still unclear when and if works to build Inter and Milan’s new stadiums will start and in the meantime, Mayor Beppe Sala is desperate to convince the two Serie A giants to remain at San Siro.

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