Giuseppe Sala, mayor of Milan, spoke on the new stadium issue Milan e Inter. The first citizen of the Lombard capital, through a letter published in the Gazzetta dello Sport, he wanted to reply to the senator of the Republic and federal secretary of the League Matteo Salvini. Here is what is declared through the columns of the Rosea.
“” Make it quick or go away “, this is the title of Matteo Salvini’s letter on the events of the new San Siro stadium. I don’t know what world Salvini lives in, but certainly this is not the alternative on which a good administration. But let’s go in order. Sixth? I was chosen by the Milanese not to propose alternatives that generate an impoverishment of the city, but to ensure that Milan experiences a development that respects the environment and social equity. So I’m working so that the stadium of Inter and Milan remains in Milan and does not go to Sesto (where, moreover, there is already a glorious football team, the Pro Sesto).
Investment escape? Milan is one of the European cities preferred by investors, data in hand. And this for two main reasons. We always take into account the rights and duties of those who want to invest and never accept shortcuts or compromises on compliance with the law. And this also applies to the new stadium. Rush? Investors must be able to rely on clear, timely administrative exercises based on real deeds. And we are doing this, exactly as in the case of all the major projects that have changed and are changing the city.
We have already approved three resolutions, two by the Executive and one by the City Council, and we have taken all the necessary steps to start the public debate. We are waiting for the executive project of the new stadium and the surrounding area from the clubs that have joined the public debate. Old San Siro? “Avoid the total cancellation of the Meazza” is the classic slogan without content. And Salvini also makes peace with himself: in 2019 taking down the Meazza was “an outrage”, but in 2021 (coincidentally during the last Milanese election campaign) he ruled that only one stadium will be enough, the new one.
In conclusion, we are working on the present and the future of a Milan that is increasingly Milan, in full compliance with the times, the laws and the interests in the field, that is, investors and citizens. We appreciate criticism, especially if it is documented and constructive. Let’s leave the jokes to other venues (the fact remains that Darko Pancev did not do well at Inter, but in any case in his palmares he boasts a Champions Cup and an Intercontinental Cup. Other phenomena have not had the same luck). ”
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