Milan Mayor Beppe Sala expects that very soon a coordinator will be appointed for the public debate regarding the building of a new stadium for Inter and AC Milan.
Speaking to the press, as reported by FCInterNews, the Mayor updated on the situation with the public debate and explained that the coordinator should be appointed in the coming days to facilitate the debate.
The bureaucratic process of getting approval to start construction on a new stadium is continuing to drag on, as the Nerazzurri and the Rossoneri must face the looming public debate on the matter.
However, things could be making progress with the coordinator for the debate process set to be appointed, according to Sala.
The clubs will be hoping that with this step there is real forward movement as they aim to hurry up the timeline to begin work on the new stadium.
“This afternoon we open the envelopes with the offers for the role of coordinator for the public debate on the stadium,” the Mayor explained, “we have received three. ”
“If we open the envelopes today it means that in two or three days we’ll be able to appoint the coordinator for the public debate,” he added.
“But for the debate to begin the teams will have to present a project,” Sala continued, “not necessarily the final project, but, as they have already promised in writing, an evolved version of what we’ve already seen.”