AC Milan President Paolo Scaroni believes that the two Milan clubs can quickly get back to work on the new San Siro now that the Milan municipal elections are done.
Speaking to Italian broadcaster Radio 24, Scaroni explained that Inter and AC Milan are ready to pick up where they left off and can accelerate the project along with re-elected mayor Beppe Sala.
The Nerazzurri and the Rossoneri have been looking to get the new San Siro built for some time, with the project hoped to increase revenues and modernize the clubs.
Progress has been ongoing, but had to be put on hold while the city of Milan held municipal elections which left uncertainty as to the composition of the City Council at this important juncture.
Now that all of the results are in, however, Scaroni expects that the two clubs can begin work again very soon and that the stadium is on its way.
“I am happy that Sala has been re-elected,” he stated, “because the stadium project will be able to restart. I immediately wrote to the mayor to congratulate him – he replied telling me that he is calling us and Inter to once again work on the project.”