Milan Mayor Beppe Sala believes that there is no longer a reason to go back on the proposed new stadium in the city to be built by Inter and AC Milan.
Speaking to to Turin-based newspaper La Stampa in an interview published in today’s print edition, Sala stated that after the progress that has already been made on the project he has no intention on turning back.
The Nerazzurri and the Rossoneri are determined to move ahead with the proposed new stadium in Milan which they feel will be crucial for increasing revenues and modernizing their infrastructure.
Part of their proposal for the construction of the new stadium entails demolishing the existing San Siro, something which has been the source of some controversy with some opponents trying to stop the demolition through political channels.
However, Sala has once again reiterated that as far as he is concerned, there will be no going back on the project at this point.
“It’s to address issues related to the project,” he explained, “for example issues around urbanization, but on the stadium there will be no U-turn.”
He added that “I’ve been working on a solution for two years, since the teams have clearly told me that they will not remain at the San Siro.”