Mayor Sala provides San Siro update: “Milan and Inter providing all the necessary data”

By Oliver Fisher -

The Mayor of Milan Giuseppe Sala has confirmed that AC Milan and Inter are both providing the necessary information and requests as the discussion over the San Siro renovation project continues.

In our Substack updates over the past few months we have documented the developments on the San Donato front, for Milan with the project variant being approved and a timeline now in place for the works.

However, La Repubblica provided a twist last month as they stated that a ‘save San Siro’ project is planned. The works will cost €300m and would not force the two teams to find a new place to play while they are ongoing.

The construction company Webuild have come forward and pledged their willingness to carry out the works, while Sala has asked Milan and Inter what they would need to make it a reality.

Sala was present at the international theatre festival ‘Presente indicativo – Milano Porta Europa’ and he spoke to reporters there to give the latest on the stadium talks, with MilanNews relaying his comments.

“At this moment WeBuild is acquiring elements to then be able to instruct its analysis regarding the San Siro renovation project. We have given everything we had to give, now Milan and Inter are providing all the necessary data and requests to Webuild,” he said.

It comes after Sala shared his thought a few days ago on Instagram regarding the San Siro renovation plan, which it seems will run parallel to Milan’s pursuit of a new home in San Donato.

“In all of this, WeBuild, the main Italian construction company, proposed to the Council and the teams to create, pro bono, a studio for the renovation of San Siro, in the belief that the works can be carried out while limiting the loss of spectators to a minimum.

“This study, which will now be carried out in collaboration with the teams, will be ready by June. Renovating San Siro would mean lower costs for the teams, less impact of the works on the territory, redevelopment of the surrounding area and further interventions on all other issues related to the intended use of the stadium, including concerts and large events.”


Tags AC Milan Beppe Sala


  1. Just a month ago there was also an interview with Sala who said he’s ready to sell San Siro to Milan and Inter should they go along with renovation plan.

  2. this dude gives me thug vibes, I mean it. I strongly believe the whole issue of Milan’s ownership are convoluted to the point that saying there is a clear and obvious reason to do police raids at the offices and homes of AC Milan and some of their employees sounds like someone is reaching. This allegation came out right when redbird were announced as the new owners but to do all these raids right when the club is in crunch talks with Sala and his supposed deadline of June which is when he needs to decide on potentially selling San Serio, it feels like he got someone to push the pressure on Milan and make them look unstable so as to get them to the table and agree on making San Serio work.

    The coincidence of these two things coming out the same time is suspicious and he is someone who has the closest proximity to the prosecutors office in Milan to make this situation worse for Milan

  3. So let’s assume that Sala, who has no authority over the Prosecutor of Milan, tries to blackmail Milan to make them stay in San Siro. If Redbird is innocent, why would they accept anything? And then the investigations would suddenly drop? And when do you expect the Prosecutor of Milan to raid Inter to make them stay in San Siro as well?

    1. Well… As the prosecutor is a devoted Inter-fan and has been seen having lunch with Inter-management in 2021 I’d say it’s pretty safe to assume that he’s NOT going to attack his club like he did with Milan.

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