The feasibility study on the renovation of the iconic San Siro stadium in Milan is set to be presented to Inter Milan and AC Milan in the near future. This study is seen as a crucial step in determining the future plans for the stadium, as both clubs have been considering building new stadiums outside of the city.

Milan Mayor Beppe Sala is hopeful that the proposed renovations to the San Siro will be enough to convince Inter and Milan to remain at the historic venue. The clubs have expressed the need for a modern stadium that can generate the necessary revenue to meet their requirements.

WeBuild, the industrial design firm behind the renovation proposal, is set to deliver the feasibility study in June. Their goal is to show Inter and Milan that with the right renovations, the San Siro can compete with top European stadiums in terms of revenue generation.

One of the key concerns for both clubs is the construction process itself. Inter and Milan are unlikely to want to play matches elsewhere while the renovations are taking place. Therefore, minimal interference with their playing schedule is crucial.

WeBuild also needs to take into account major events like the 2026 Milan-Cortina winter Olympics, where the San Siro will host the opening ceremony, and the 2027 Champions League final. Additionally, the stadium will need to meet the requirements for the 2032 Euros.

Overall, the feasibility study on the San Siro renovation will be a significant moment for both Inter and AC Milan as they decide on the future of their home stadium. The hope is that the proposed renovations will be enough to modernize the San Siro and keep the clubs in their historic venue for years to come.