Newly re-elected Milan mayor Beppe Sala has stated that now that the elections in the city have concluded, he is ready to get back to work on the new San Siro.
Speaking in a press conference, as reported by fanpage.it, the mayor explained that he had paused the project while the election campaign was in progress due to the transition from one city council to another, but now is ready to get things moving once again.
The new stadium in Milan is set to be a massive undertaking, and there is still some way to go before construction can begin on a project which will see the modernization and increased revenues of the Nerazzurri and city rivals AC Milan.
However, the two clubs can expect to resume the project shortly, with Sala explaining that there are already contacts about getting back to work on the major new stadium in the city.
“I put the brakes on because there was an outgoing Council and the scope of the issue is huge,” Sala said of the new San Siro, adding that “the representatives of Inter and Milan have already WhatsApped me and I will be happy to meet them.”