The Milan stadium will be – indeed – the new Milan and Inter stadium will be held. Perhaps not in Milan, but it will be, it would be sensational if it were not done: however, it is at least possible that – by dint of slowing down, evaluations, controversies and idiosyncrasies mostly of an ideological type – the clubs can decide to take and build the plant at Sesto San Giovanni leaving the mayor of Milan Beppe Sala – as he aired this morning in La Gazzetta dello Sport – "with the match in hand" . A risk faced by its implications, of course, nobody would like to find itself: but the problems are there and – paradoxically – it is the old San Siro that creates them , as well as the debate on the future of the current plant.
To talk about it, through his Twitter profile, is Maurizio Pistocchi , a sports journalist, who openly declares to support the demolition of the current San Siro in favor of the erection of one of the two plants, between the one designed by Populous and that of Manica . Pistocchi writes: "I do not understand the position of the Municipality of Milan on the stadium: San Siro is almost a century (it was inaugurated in 1926), its value is sentimental and the projects (architecturally) would redevelop the area and the neighborhood. San Siro is not the cathedral or Sant'Ambrogio: the stadium has to be done " .
Non capisco la posizione del comune di Milano sullo Stadio: SanSiro ha quasi un secolo-fu inaugurato nel 1926-il suo valore è sentimentale e i progetti-architettonicamente- -riqualificherebbe l’area e il Quartiere. SanSiro non è il Duomo o Sant’Ambrogio lo Stadio s’ha da fare pic.twitter.com/Ntq2f34qQv
— Maurizio Pistocchi (@pisto_gol) November 21, 2019
The definitive Pistocchi article on the new stadium: "San Siro is not the Duomo, it has only sentimental value. The plant has to be done "seems to be the first on Passioneinter.com.