Ever since Elliott Management took over AC Milan back in 2018, a new stadium has been a focal point in their project. Despite having proposed their plans a long time ago, talks with the city council have delayed everything.
Although you can never be sure with Italian politics, it seems the Rossoneri could soon move ahead with their project along with Inter. Thus far, two designs have been presented and it remains to be seen which is the chosen one.
It’s clear, however, that many changes have been made since the designs were first presented. This is because the city council have been stubborn, forcing Milan and Inter to reevaluate in order to keep the idea alive.
In an interview with TG3, as cited by MilanNews, Milan president Paolo Scaroni spoke about the issue. For once, he actually had some positive news to give as things could progress very shortly, with the city council now onboard.
“Milan is very ready. It seems to me that the city council is also ready. I have received assurances from Mayor Sala that, with the changes we have made, our project is fine. I also feel that the opposition, given that we are in election time, is in favour of building the new stadium at San Siro.
“I would like to say that on this front, I feel confident that things will happen in a short period of time. Milan-Inter Stadium? Milan-Inter Stadium: it is our project together with Milan,” he concluded.