A huge Milan campus is expected to envelope the stadium and a move is scheduled prior to the end of the decade.
The next months will be crucial to see whether the current project stands or will be scrapper from Milan’s perspective.
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The plans are still in the early stages but it seems the plan is moving ahead with pace.
Milan have some momentum with their sale and could opt to go for the project on their own.
The development of the club off the pitch is fundamental and the bureaucracy continues to hamper this progress.
There is growing frustration around the slow movement of the San Siro redevelopment project and a new area is becoming more and more attractive.
The move is getting likelier and likelier as the delays continue within Milan.
The side really new those stadium revenues to level up and compete with the top of Europe.
The project as has been stressed for years is key to unlocking more investment and taking the club back to the elite.
It has been over 1,000 days since the project was launched and barely any progress.
The clubs are keen to get the project off the ground but keep getting battered by the bureaucracy.
The project was expected to be completed in 2027 but the continuous struggle to get it off the ground keeps pushing it further back.
The bureaucracy is really hampering the process and the clubs seems frustrated.
Another stumbling block as there will be an option to move to a new site.
The small steps are a good indication of the progress being made towards a ground breaking.
Milan and Inter take a key step toward realising their ambition for the future.
A change is needed or the club will not be able to compete with the top of Europe from a financial perspective.
The sides are eager to get started but the bureaucracy has hampered them to this point.
This outlines the optimism around the regeneration of the area through the new stadium project.
A major step forward for the clubs who will choose the winning project between Manica and Populous.
This is a major step for the project following two years of delays.
The clubs will need to supplement their revenues through other streams for another five years.
The project could get some approvals this year ahead of a launch next year.
The meeting will be important for some movement.
The project needs to take concrete steps forward by the end of the year of risks a massive delay.
The Rossoneri are committed to kicking off the project as soon as possible.
Hopefully the go ahead for the project arrives by the end of the year.
Milan could get an acceleration of the project at the end of this month.
There is optimism to kick off the project this year and be ready within four or five years.
It looks like another delay is likely until the elections pass in another two months.
Milan desperately need the stadium to begin to compete with the top European clubs of today financially.