AC Milan, Inter Milan and the municipality of Milano are continuing to work on the new stadium plans. On this occasion, the parties met yesterday to deepen the talks for a ‘New San Siro’ for the clubs.
And, as reported by Tuttosport (via milanlive.it), the meeting was “positive and constructive”. It was a technical meeting mainly focused on the economic aspects than anything else.
According to the Turin-based paper, the municipal government requested to anticipate the payment of the fee for the surface right that the clubs would like to start from the 33rd year.
This was confirmed by Roberto Tasca, the assessor of the municipal budget: “We would like to have a zero year flow that feeds what we lose with the 10 million of the agreement. Here too, the clubs understood our reasons,” he told Tuttosport.
On the other hand, however, the clubs point out that this also changes the parameters on the economic level which can be another element that can push towards a recalculation of the commercial spaces beyond the limits.
But this will be discussed in the next meeting which is set to take place in the next 7-10 days. The negotiations are deepening and soon it may be necessary to choose the winning project and go to the executive phase.