Winter Olympics Tweak Helped Milan on New Stadium

Milan are going full-steam ahead in their project to build a new stadium in the San Francesco area in San Donato Milanese. They recently took their first formal step by presenting a demand to change the “Integrated Plan of Intervention.” It represented the start of the bureaucratic process, TuttoSport relays.

The Rossoneri accelerated partly thanks to the 2026 Winter Olympics and some late modifications. The initial plan for the zone was for the SportLifeCity company to build an arena there. However, the activities that were supposed to happen at that site were relocated.

The Cassinari & Partners firm, which received the mandate to sell the land from the AsioSrl group, started to look for new solutions. Milan president Paolo Scaroni has ties with the two entities, and with ENI too, which bought back some acres after the alteration of the early project.

The Rossoneri later took control of the company that won the bid to erect a facility in the first place, thus exploiting their expertise. They then went on to acquire the whole area. The final step will be to settle a legal dispute about its value.

Should Milan receive the green light, they’ll contribute to improving the streets, the railway line, and the subway. The local council will discuss these topics in their next meetings and in the negotiation with the club. The goal is to be ready for the 2028/2029 season.

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