AC Milan will soon change ownership and that has opened up a new hypothesis regarding the stadium project, according to a report.
According to La Repubblica (via MilanNews), the founder of RedBird Capital – Gerry Cardinale – is in Milano and that will begin the process of signing documents leading to the eventual sale of the club to the American fund by Elliott Management.
The hot topic is that of the new stadium and Cardinale considers it absolutely essential in RedBird’s plans for the Rossoneri. The source claims that in his first 48 hours in Italy he visited both the San Siro area and Sesto San Giovanni, which are the proposed sites for the new structure.
The intention is to get things moving as soon as possible and that might mean leaving Inter behind. The Nerazzurri are in an uncertain financial situation having racked up a lot of debt through loans and bonds, and if they threaten to slow down the process then RedBird could insist on Milan going alone.