Milano mayor Sala: “The city council is prepared to sell San Siro, Milan and Inter will make a decision what they ought to do” | Rossoneri Weblog


Giuseppe Sala providing a speech on Could 24, 2019. (MIGUEL MEDINA/AFP/Getty Pictures)

Giuseppe Sala is prepared to sell San Siro and estimates its price tag at €70m but asks Milan and Inter to make a choice quickly.

Milan and Inter have produced it clear that they intend to create a new stadium and they have currently set some recommendations.

The thought of the Rossoneri and the Nerazzurri is to demolish San Siro and create a new modern day arena in the identical region. The City, nevertheless, seems to be against this thought and these days Milano mayor Giuseppe Sala has recommended that they’re open to the path of promoting the stadium.

“At this point there are two possibilities on the table: a [new] stadium in [the area of] San Siro, or a stadium in Sesto San Giovanni. I would add a third: we are prepared to sell San Siro, ought to the possibility be regarded,” Sala told journalists on Friday, as reported by

“The clubs will make a decision, in their genuine interest, what they ought to do, but it is also in order to offer you them all the possibilities. Naturally, the Council, from San Siro, does not want to make any income. We’re really prepared to let a third celebration carry out an assessment, telling us how considerably it is worth. We have totally no require or interest to speculate about San Siro. An estimate on its price tag? I assume it is about €70m. The clubs will be in a position to decide on legitimately: if they choose to create a new stadium for their factors, we’ll assume about it.

Stadio San Siro just before Milan-True Betis on October 25, 2018. (Photo by Marco Luzzani/Getty Pictures)

“A new stadium in Sesto San Giovanni? It would of course not be welcome for us, but right here had been are speaking about private clubs that in their genuine interest can do some thing like this. Right here we should combine the interest of the public and the interest of the city, with the genuine aspirations of private clubs to have a stadium that implies extra income for them.

“The essential issue is that a choice is taken quickly, for the reason that this debate is probably to drag on for a extended time, but we offer you maximum collaboration on every single possibility.”


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