Ten things will reportedly contribute to the ‘new San Siro’ collecting a revenue of somewhere around €124million each calendar year.
The stadium project is beginning to accelerate rapidly, with Milan and Inter meeting the city council on Wednesday to discuss the details of the proposals.
Paolo Scaroni – Milan’s president – spoke to ANSA afterwards and gave his thoughts on the meeting, essentially confirming the plans to go full steam ahead with the new development.
La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews) offered more details as to what the two competing designs look like; namely the ‘Cathedral’ of Populous versus the ‘wedding rings’ of Cmr.
Thursday’s edition of il Corriere della Sera – as cited by MilanNews – dives a bit deeper into the revenue streams of the new stadium.
Excluding matchdays, almost €69m will arrive from the new stadium, with €55m coming from the recreational district alone.
An anticipated €13.8million will arrive from naming rights, while the museum could generate revenues of €16m, the report adds.
Catering accounts for €3.2m, while under the heading of events the figure is €11.4m.
The commercial area will generate revenues of €24.5m – CorSera continues – while the office department will bring in €18m.
The space dedicated to entertainment will bring about €2m to the coffers, while €1m will also come from a spa.
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