Inter and AC Milan will hope to move forward with the Municipality of Milan on the construction of a new San Siro, but they must consider environmental sustainability in the project.
This was outlined in a statement by the municipality, as reported by FCInterNews, which states that they are committed to working together with the clubs on the project, but also emphasizes the importance of finding balance with sustainability concerns.
Nerazzurri Corporate CEO Alessandro Antonello and Rossonerri President Paolo Scaroni met with newly re-elected Milan Mayor Beppe Sala this morning about resuming the process of getting the construction of a new San Siro approved.
The talks had been put on hold for the municipal elections earlier in the month, but now that they are out of the way the clubs will hope that they can quickly get back to the project so that construction can begin.
The Municipality made clear that this can happen, but only with consideration of the environment.
“Today the Mayor of Milan Giuseppe Sala met the representatives of the clubs FC Internazionale and AC Milan at Palazzo Marino to resume the stadium project,” the statement reads. “The municipal administration understands the need for football clubsto equip themselves with a new a infrastructure that allows them to return to compete at the highest international levels and intends to favour this path.”
It goes on that “However, a solution must be identified that will allow the environmental sustainability of the new urban development to be best combined with the investment of the clubs. The parties will meet again very soon to technically address the issue.”