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    Milano Mayor is starting to 'melt' during the new discussions. New plan, new stadium on the parking lot next to Meazza while 90% of the stadium taken down, only a part remains as a part of a huge park. For the memory. Also there will be unknown amount of new cashflow promised to Sala ( hence the agreement)

    I think there will be a new stadium before Rome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jnr View Post








    Milano Mayor is starting to 'melt' during the new discussions. New plan, new stadium on the parking lot next to Meazza while 90% of the stadium taken down, only a part remains as a part of a huge park. For the memory. Also there will be unknown amount of new cashflow promised to Sala ( hence the agreement)

    I think there will be a new stadium before Rome.
    Better chance the world ends first.


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    Better chance the world ends first.
    These designs are both awful.

    Why cant we have something like this:






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    My desperation reached the level where I give no fuck about the design, just own one so that we make some revenue
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    Quote Originally Posted by JJM View Post
    Sometime my life time would be good, or I'm asking for too much?
    You're definitely asking too much.

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    It makes more business sense to become Inter San Sesto.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jnr View Post








    Milano Mayor is starting to 'melt' during the new discussions. New plan, new stadium on the parking lot next to Meazza while 90% of the stadium taken down, only a part remains as a part of a huge park. For the memory. Also there will be unknown amount of new cashflow promised to Sala ( hence the agreement)

    I think there will be a new stadium before Rome.
    How long have they been talking to the mayor about this? I feel like I was 10 when this started
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    This time I'm positive it's a whole different story. Berlusconi and Moratti had the financial means, but the former had no interest in spending that much money, Moratti never understood that a privately owned stadium can be a game changer.

    Suning has the means and wants to invest, to Elliott is a bit different as they would like to profit from milan in a relatively short term, but they have committed to this investment because they understand how financially important it can be.

    They have already presented the joint project, it's going to be a metaphorical tug of wars with milano's municipality for a while, but we will get there.

    My prediction: it will be ready by the late summer of 2025.

    And I know it's 5 years... But the local politicians are constantly getting in the way, and will keep doing so till they get something for themselves.
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    Still looking ugly, but I guess this will be the design. : /

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    Don't give a fuck about design anymore. Just get the approval to get the construction project started.

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    does anyone know how much the surrounding revenue contributes towards Arsenal or Man City from e.g. shops and restaurants rent?

    Or does it go to a group company and not even towards the football clubs (which isnt unreasonable if the group company finances that part of it)?

    Just wondering how significant the rent might be from stuff like that if we're asking for huge shopping complexes as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by CafeCordoba View Post
    Don't give a fuck about design anymore. Just get the approval to get the construction project started.
    Agree. They're good enough. Pick one and fuckin build it.
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    Milan and Inter are reportedly only formalities away from starting the new stadium project, planning to have it done by 2024. The choice of design will take place this summer.

    The two clubs presented the Municipality with revised plans for the construction and within a month and a half, La Gazzetta dello Sport claims the green light to set the project in motion should arrive. Suning and Elliott have allegedly agreed to invest more than €1.2bn to build a new stadium from scratch, including a sports and leisure centre, and are negotiating to restructure the current Giuseppe Meazza but keep parts of the historic stadium.

    The newspaper claims the two clubs ‘have already been given the go ahead for 90,000 square metres but are asking for twice as much to add shops, cinemas and restaurants to the new complex. A more functional, modern, and immediately profitable stadium will, according to the plan, be opened in 2024. And as soon as you can play on the new ground, the second phase of the project will begin – the rebuilding of San Siro.

    Mayor approves of stadium project

    Giuseppe Sala, the Mayor of Milan, has revealed that he’s fond of the stadium project Inter and Milan presented the municipality: “It saves the old stadium.”

    Last week, reports emerged claiming the pair are only formalities away from starting the new stadium project and are planning to have it done by 2024. A new stadium shall be built from scratch and when the two teams move into the new ground, the second phase will consist of rebuilding San Siro and keep parts of the historic venue. This was something the Mayor felt helped enthuse his view of the €1.2bn investment planned by Suning and Elliott.

    “I like the new project,” Sala told Il Giornale. “Because it saves the old stadium, which will host other sports and mostly free of charge."

    > I prefer the "The Cathedral" proposed project for the new Milano stadium by Populous.

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    I'm not fussed on either design. They are both a bit lacklustre. Disappointing moving from an absolute cathedral of football to those.

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    I wonder if the current pandemic is impacting the project at all. Perhaps people are more willing to approve a project that will create temporary jobs during an economic downturn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADRossi View Post
    It reminds me a lot of Bordeaux's stadium.

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    Well the stadium concept is the same as months ago, they just (both companies) added new concept for what would be ex G. Meazza, by keeping one tower and part of the stands with playable pitch.

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    Italy's heritage authority allows San Siro demolition

    MILAN (Reuters) - Italy’s heritage authority raised no objections to tearing down Milan’s 1920s-era San Siro arena, a document seen by Reuters showed, removing a major obstacle to the city’s top-flight soccer clubs plans to replace it with a new stadium.

    Serie A clubs AC Milan and Inter Milan, respectively owned by U.S. fund Elliott and Chinese electronic retailer Suning, last year filed a request to jointly build a new 60,000-seater stadium in the San Siro area.

    The new stadium is the key element in a wider 1.2 billion euro ($1.31 billion) real estate plan for the district, which includes demolishing almost all of the historic San Siro arena, home ground of both the city’s top-flight clubs.

    Although approval from heritage authorities is not the final decision, it is an important step towards implementing the plan.

    According to an opinion from the authority to the Milan municipality which owns the site, the arena does not have any architectural significance that would prevent its demolition. Following several redevelopments, only a small remnant of the oldest part of the stadium, built in 1926, is left.

    The clubs and the municipality have been in talks for months to try to find a compromise over plans to replace the nearly century-old arena, sometimes dubbed “La Scala del Calcio” - a reference to Milan’s famous opera house.

    City representatives, including Milan’s mayor Giuseppe Sala, had repeatedly questioned plans to tear down San Siro and the clubs have modified initial projects which would have seen the entire stadium demolished.

    Plans under discussion include tearing down most of the old arena but keeping part of it as a kind of city landmark around which the clubs would build new sport facilities available to the public.
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