MF-DJ: Alardhi a big advocate of Milan building new stadium without Inter

By Oliver Fisher -

The idea of AC Milan building their own stadium without Inter continues to gather momentum, according to a report.

According to MF Dow Jones (via the stadium project is crucial to the probably new owners Investcorp who are aware that the current idea is to share ​​a facility together with Inter.

Once they take over at Milan they will sit at the table with the Nerazzurri to understand more, but in the Bahrain fund’s plans there is a concrete possibility to move forward independently.

In fact, their executive president Mohammed Alardhi believes there can be no sharing of what he considers a place of worship for the fans. The stadium must be Rossoneri in its entirety, it must be inclusive, it must meet the needs and possibilities of those who can spend a lot and of those who can only afford lower amounts.

It is a profoundly different vision from that shown by Elliott Management in recent years as they opted for a shared stadium, but now things could change.

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  1. Wow! I will be so happy if milan could have an independent stadium. It will give us a bragging right. If Juventus could do it, we also can.

  2. Yes please. Time to bring Italy into the 21st century. No other top league in the world has it’s best clubs sharing a stadium. I can’t imagine Madrid and Atletico or United and City sharing stadiums. The only reason [some] Italian clubs share stadiums is because there has never been enough money in Italy to build individual stadiums in the first place. This is why the majority are publicly owned and is the source of the problem with competitiveness. Individual club owned stadiums mean they can more reflect the character of their club and become even more symbolic of them, such as color schemes and certain design elements, as opposed to a building that has to be “neutral” to accommodate two clubs. Not to mention the financial benefits. Then there is the pitch itself. Shared stadiums have double the games, meaning the grass gets trashed quickly. With both Milanese clubs in European competition this is further exacerbated. How embarrassing is it to have a world class club play on patchy grass that has portions spray painted green at times? Since Inter has no money let’s leave them in the rust of the San Siro and build our own brand new world class stadium in Sesto San Giovanni.

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