The issue related to the new Milan and Inter stadium continues to hold its ground. In today's edition, La Gazzetta dello Sport takes stock of the situation after the official response, arrived yesterday morning, from Palazzo Marino following the request for clarification sent by the two clubs. " The question mark is beautiful. Inter and Milan will be able to build the new stadium? Certainly the clubs will not be able to do what they had imagined: the Cathedral of Populous and the Rings of Manica-Sportium, the projects remained in the running for transform San Siro, for now they resist, but most of the things announced in September with the two renderings will not be seen. The Municipality of Milan – writes the Gazzetta – has very different ideas from the clubs and it was clear: a new stadium is fine, but the Meazza will remain standing "re-functionalized" and the cement in the area will have to be half of that required. The point reached is this: if the clubs want to move forward they must radically change the project, provided that it remains economically sustainable " . A year after the announcement by Milan and Inter of the construction of a new plant, the Sesto San Giovanni hypothesis becomes increasingly concrete. For about a month it has been clear that the demolition of the San Siro will be rejected, with Sala being clear on several occasions by sending a message to the clubs: " The project does not go well, from here we start working again ". Despite the official yes of the City Council, which arrived last November 8th, the clubs are disappointed and consider whether to go ahead. Inter and Milan are ready to put 1.2 billion on the plate: the goal is to build the stadium by the end of 2023, play in 2024 and host the opening ceremony of the Milan-Cortina Olympics in 2026. But after the answer of yesterday, the next meetings will be fundamental to understand the developments of the story and the will of the parties.
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