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AC Milan unveil plans to leave iconic San Siro and move to new 70,000-seater stadium

AC Milan announced intentions to relocate from the landmark San Siro to a new 70,000-seat stadium farther south of the city.informationguidenigeria

The Rosonneri has already submitted a preliminary urban development proposal for the “San Francesco” region to the San Donato Milanese town council as the first step before submitting a full project plan.

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The San Siro has hosted Milan since 1926 but has not received any major renovations since the 1990 World Cup, despite repeated attempts by both Milan and Inter, who share the ground.

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In fact, a municipal heritage commission designated the stadium as a site of “cultural interest” in August, rejecting all requests to demolish it, forcing the two Italian giants to proceed with their plans to find a new home.NYSC Portal

Milan has ambitious ambitions for their new stadium. They are interested in developing a new “club museum, an AC Milan store, the Rossoneri’s new headquarters, a hotel, and an entertainment district, as well as an Energy Centre for the production of sustainable power.”

The long-term goal is to considerably strengthen the city’s infrastructure hub by promoting “sustainable mobility and public transportation with improvement works on the existing infrastructure network, which would involve the railway station, metro station, and road network.”JAMB Result

Paolo Scaroni, AC Milan’s Chairman, said: “For over four years, we have embarked with conviction on a journey aimed at giving our club one of the best stadiums of the world, which is able to accompany us into a victorious and sustainable future.JAMB Portal

“This represents a preliminary step in the evolution of this process but, at the same time, it is further proof of our ownership’s commitment to guaranteeing continuous growth for AC Milan both on and off the pitch.”

For the time being both the Milan clubs will continue to use the San Siro Stadium. However, like AC Milan, Inter are also mulling to move to a new home with a site in Assago, currently being considered for the potential new stadium.

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