Even though two Milan clubs are fighting for a Champions League ticket, they have found a common voice about a new yard project.
AC Milan, Paolo Scaroni and Inter Milan CEO Alessandro Antonello are discussing to plan a presentation with the mayor of Milano, Giuseppe Sala. The file is ready and will be taken to the city government in early May.
According to Corriere Della Sera, both want to meet the mayor in the middle of next month. During this summit, the two clubs will not present a model of the new stadium, but will report on how to transform the yard area, along with the cost and time of implementation.
The idea of the Rossoneri and the Nerazzurri is clear: Destroy the San Siro and build a new stadium next to it. The project consists of three phases: First of all, a new stadium will be built in the area where the parking lot is next to the yard (after the green light is on, it will take about 3 years to build the structure).
During that time the Rossoneri and the Nerazzurri will continue to play at San Siro. After that, the second step is to destroy the San Siro yard which is expected to be completed within six months.
The last part of the plan, the two clubs will build parks, hotels, commercial areas and car parks. Time needs another two and a half years. Calculated from start-up to put the first brick until the end of about 6 years. The project is ready, but the road is still quite long because it must be approved by the Milano city government.