GdS: The new stadium is a priority for RedBird followed by Maldini’s Milan renewal

By Euan Burns -

Moving to a new stadium is a priority for new AC Milan owners RedBird Capital Partners and it is followed by Paolo Maldiniā€™s renewal, a report claims.

As has been reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport, the new Milan owners will focus a lot of their efforts on either building the new San Siro stadium or moving the club to another part of the city where a new ground can be built sooner.

Inter and Milan have been attempting to build a new stadium on the current site at San Siro for many years but various bureaucratic processes have delayed the project significantly.

It seems that RedBird wish to address the issue very quickly and Gerry Cardinale has already spoken to the mayor of Sesto San Giovanni, an area of Milan that could be used for a stadium.

Their next priority should be easier to address which is the contract renewal of technical director Paolo Maldini.

Tags AC Milan Paolo Maldini RedBird Capital San Siro

4 Comments

  1. The new stadium will be built elsewhere. It takes a decade to get the permission in San Siro and Milan cannot afford to wait anymore.

    My money is on Sesto San Giovanni.

    1. Yes, and Milan only. Inter can stay at the San Siro with their debts and deal with the 10 year process wit the city council.

  2. The most clever city will offer territory to the clubs asap and grand permission to build. They will earn loads of money. How rich are Redbirds???

  3. The Italian way of doing things is management by delaying the inevitable as long as possible. This messed up system of holding back the new in favour of the old is part of a deeply ingrained nature of Italian culture permeating all society. So, yeah, for example, a good player has given us a great boost, but he is 32 now. A new guy is 16. Let that 16 year old rot (because he does not experience – as if anybody in this world was born with experience), because the 32 year guy can maybe play to 35 and then 38 and then 40 and then 42. Meanwhile the new guy is 26 and has acquired only scant experience with the old guy blocking him; he has also become demotivated. Team performance has dipped because the old guy can score a goal from time to time but he cannot press on the ball, no running left in his legs, but in Italy they continue to sing his praises, because ONCE UPON A TIME he had been the guy who had boosted them. Same with Ibra. Get rid of that pile of old shit with a mouth bigger than the rest of him. If you think all his childish waffle is important for team morale, take him off the pitch and make him Moral Boosting Manager in Charge. But for God’s sake, get him the fuck off the field of play. You can give his 7 million to Leao instead, getting somebody who can run and dribble and create goal-scoring chances when he is not scoring himself. The other can enjoy himself making an arse of himself if that is what AC Milan players like. As for me, I find Ibra very childish, grating and as tiring as a kid’s cartoons.

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