As Milan and Inter’s stadium project is now subject to public debate, causing further delays, the mayor of Sesto San Giovanni is trying to take advantage of the situation. This became clear yet again this morning.
The Milan city council has been far from easy to deal with and Milan are getting increasingly frustrated. The project is now subject to public debate and that will take a lot of time, while a positive conclusion isn’t certain either.
Therefore, the mayor of Sesto San Giovanni is trying to take advantage of the situation, given that Milan and Inter have probed the area before. Unlike the Milan council, Sesto are ready to welcome the clubs with open arms.
“We are working on it, but it doesn’t depend on just us. In any case, we would be ready immediately. It’s a private area and the owner agrees to the sale, while the council agrees as well. Only the green light is missing from the clubs,” he told adnkronos (via MilanNews).
It remains to be seen what Milan and Inter will do, but it’s clear that the Rossoneri’s new owner Gerry Cardinale wants to accelerate the stadium matter. Moving the project to the Sesto area shouldn’t be ruled out, therefore.