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Milan president Scaroni: Milan council gives San Siro verdict in June

Wed 31 March 2021 | 20:20

Inter and AC Milan have to wait for at least two months to find out whether they are able to continue their stadium project, based on reports from Paolo Scaroni.

Inter

had an argument with Milan’s mayor Giuseppe Sala after he stopped their progress on the new San Siro until their ownership situation gets clarified.

According to recent reports, the plans will not be proceeded until after October’s municipal elections.

The council administration is taking time to evaluate whether the clubs have the necessary financial resources (to build the stadium),”

AC Milan

president

Paolo Scaroni

told

CalcioeFinanza.it

.

“They have until the end of May to respond.

“Sala’s administration is in favour of the project we presented to them, while the opposition is pushing for the stadium to be built.

“This new facility could be a boost for Milan after it has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, it would be a very nice thing.

“The stadium is crucial in order to return among European football’s elite.”

Inter and AC Milan have been trying to build a new San Siro for two years now, but Italy’s traditional political bureaucracy has been slowing their process.


source: SportMob