The Milan City Council have asked AC Milan and Inter for further clarifications regarding the new stadium project.
The two clubs have been trying to push through plans for a new state-of-the-art home next to the existing San Siro for a while now, and although progress has been forthcoming, it has been a slow and arduous process with numerous obstacles having been presents.
As MilanNews reports, the Council have sent a letter to Milan and Inter regarding the feasibility of the new stadium project in which they ask for some clarifications and further information.
As per the Presidential Decree 231/07, the Council need access the documentation certifying the possession of the ‘participation requirements of the proposing subjects and the effective ownership of the shares of the proposing companies’. This essentially means they need to see the ownership structure of both clubs in full transparency.
They have also requested more information on the plans regarding the facilities available for public use (green spaces, pedestrian areas, public squares and other services), while clarifications are also sought on the entertainment functions to be agreed with the Council.
The administration are now awaiting the requested clarifications, in the hope of receiving feedback in a short time and being able to proceed with the examination of the proposal.