The Mayor of Milan Beppe Sala has explained how close public approval is to being confirmed by the council for the new San Siro, according to a report in the Italian media today.
Speaking at the sidelines of the November 4th celebrations, as has been reported by FCInternews, Beppe Sala explained that the municipality are working on decreeing the public interest in the project and it will be ready soon.
“If it is not tomorrow, it will be next Friday. I believe that at this point, in terms of how the matter was formulated, we no longer have great uncertainties.”
Beppe Sala clearly feels that the project must be explained clearly to the public as well as to the various decision makers involved.
“I think it should be explained well, also to the citizens and to the whole world of politics.”
There was a meeting last week between Inter and AC Milan and Beppe Sala where the Mayor set out three requirements that the football clubs must agree on.
One of these was in regard to the space that the new stadium complex would take up and Beppe Sala was very pleased to have secured that agreement with the clubs.
“I think that the way we started two years ago, we have made great progress and in my opinion the fact of being able to bring back the teams compliance with the volumetric index of the Pgt is a very positive thing.”