CorSera: Milan and Inter move full steam ahead with €1bn+ stadium project

By Isak Möller -

The Coronavirus has certainly paralyzed the world. Despite this, Milan and Inter still want to continue with their new stadium project, and thus there was a video conference about the matter yesterday. 

Paolo Scaroni and Alessandro Antonello, the representatives of the clubs, spoke to the city council to continue the dialogue on the new stadium. Next week, there will be another video conference between the parties.

According to Corriere Della Sera (via MilanNews.it), the project doesn’t just entail a new stadium for Milan and Inter, but also an entire district dedicated to sport and entertainment.

The main issue remains the size of the district and not so much the stadium. In the city of Milan, there is a great desire to start again after the Coronavirus emergency, and the two clubs believe that a new stadium is now even more beneficial.

In addition to modernising the area, it will help the city recover economically. Elliott and Suning are willing to invest over €1billion into the project, convinced that this is a good thing for the clubs and the city.

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