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Old November 16th, 2017, 11:02 PM   #821
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Go for a 55.000-58.000 seater stadium you can more or less fill. A bit like Hamburg or Schalke.

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AC Milan fans will never accept a new iconic stadium with a capacity below 60-65,000 seats.
Some years ago, however, Mr Fassone helped Juventus to develop its property stadium. His role was coordinator of the project.
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Old November 17th, 2017, 06:50 AM   #822
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AC Milan fans will never accept a new iconic stadium with a capacity below 60-65,000 seats.
Some years ago, however, Mr Fassone helped Juventus to develop its property stadium. His role was coordinator of the project.
If 41,000 works in Juventus, then why would a stadium with less than 60,000 not be okay for AC Milan.
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Old November 17th, 2017, 11:12 AM   #823
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^ I think Juventus have started regretting they settled for a non-expandable 41k stadium very soon after opening it... AC Milan would be mad to build under 60k, or at least to not leave some room for later expansion to at least 60k...
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Old November 17th, 2017, 11:31 AM   #824
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Murky Past and Questionable Present Raise Doubts About AC Milan’s Chinese Owner

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Old December 1st, 2017, 10:39 AM   #825
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AC Milan open talks over new stadium

Yesterday afternoon AC Milan COO Alessandro Sorbone met with representatives of the Milano City Council regarding the future home of the Rossoneri.

Sorbone explained afterwards that "We hired a group of specialized consultants in order to evaluate the Stadium project. We are talking about a preliminary meeting. We are ready and willing to evaluate all the possibilites from the management of the San Siro to other areas of Milano to build a a new stadium where Milan are owners. The meeting was signified by maximum openness and constructiveness."
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Old December 1st, 2017, 04:51 PM   #826
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Build a new stadium? The City of Milan proposed Porto di Mare area (see more in my previous posts), while the City of Sesto San Giovanni (at north of Milan's city center) offered ex-Falcks area. Both places are served by public transports.
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Old December 3rd, 2017, 03:48 PM   #827
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This storyof a new stadium is already a joke when this club faces a threat ban by UEFA for next CL
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Old December 3rd, 2017, 07:02 PM   #828
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They have no money. Combined with how much of nightmare it is to get anything built in Italy.

There's no prospect of anything happening stadium wise with Inter or AC for the forseeable. They'll stay where they are and have a modest rebuild of San Siro.
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Old December 4th, 2017, 12:23 PM   #829
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AC Milan: Arab group prepared to take over club, build new stadium

La Repubblica has confirmed what CalcioMercato reported exclusively earlier, that an Arab group is prepared to come forward to provide much needed financial stability to AC Milan.

The unnamed Arab group would support Yonghong Li in running a club which, soon, expects to close an agreement with Britain-based Highbridge fund to refinance their current €303 million debt with the America-based Eliot Fund. The Arab group is expected to spread it’s investment over many years to help prop up the financially unstable club operate with more peace of mind.

According to what it filters from London financial circles, the Arab group could even take the majority stake in AC Milan, which is currently (supposedly) held by the Chinese businessman, and would be supported by a US investor specialized in real estate. The rumor is an indication of the strong will to follow up on the recent talks with the Municipality of Milan for the construction of a new stadium owned by the club.
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Old December 6th, 2017, 05:32 PM   #830
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Some rumors reported today that the Arabs interested in AC Milan might be Fawaz Abdulaziz Alhokair Group.

The group just joined Italy's Bizzi and Partners to build a large project in Sesto San Giovanni (north Milan) on ex Falck area (a site of 1.4 million square meters). Newspapers spoken about a 3.6 Billion euro plan that envisages the construction of city of health (hospital and research centre), amusement park, entertainment, residences, retail and dining, hotel, services, public park, etc.

Mr. Davide Bizzi, who also is developer of several projects in Europe and the Americas, is the owner of the ex Falck area. But the most interestant thing is that just two years ago, the Italian businessman proposed to build AC Milan stadium there. And a few days ago, instead, the authorities of Sesto San Giovanni said that ex Falck area is the "ideal place" to build a new stadium.

We'll see
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Old January 9th, 2018, 02:21 PM   #831
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Mayor of Milan Giuseppe Sala: "Stadium project? The ideal thing is if they [Milan and Inter] work together. But Milan, and I understand this, are thinking about having their own stadium.

We are giving Milan time to see if there are possibilities, but in the end something will have to be done. I personally like San Siro."

We gave Milan the availability of the areas that we consider suitable, especially in the south east part like Rogoredo and Porto di Mare.

I think that Milan still need 2-3 months of reflection but then we need to receive a response. The areas we suggested are suburban areas but well connected to the city, it is difficult to imagine a new stadium in the city center anymore."
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The San Siro looks like an offshore oil rig. I hope both teams get new stadiums so it can be torn down. Why should the mayor care some much about the situation when the stadiums will be privately funded anyway.
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Why should the mayor care some much about the situation when the stadiums will be privately funded anyway.
Quite obvious really:

1: Because the municipality owns their current stadium, so for them selling to one or both of the clubs is better than if both clubs move out.

2: Because municipalities/regional authorities are responsible for transport infrastructure and public safety and it's cheaper for them if the clubs play in a suitable location, preferably the same location to make it really cost effective. They can make the clubs pay this, but the government still has a stake in it.

3: Because the mayor probably cares about one of the clubs, or at least the inhabitants of Milan do, and if the stadium wishes of the clubs are similar to each other, building one stadium together or renovating San Siro is more efficient for the clubs (and public authorities) and makes the clubs more likely to be successful, which makes Milan happy.
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Old January 10th, 2018, 08:14 PM   #834
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Last rumors said AC Milan withdrew from the Milan-Inter agreement over the management of San Siro stadium. FC Inter has moved in the same direction later. AC Milan and FC Inter now want to met the Mayor after that he pushed both teams to take a final decision over San Siro.
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Old January 11th, 2018, 01:18 PM   #835
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those stories about Milan takeover are BS!!
Why a rich group manifests only now its interest for the club? Why two years ago they didn't bid for that??

This story is just there to bury UEFA that doubts seriously about milan ac financement strategy.
It's ridiculous and embarassing for such a great club.
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Old January 11th, 2018, 05:57 PM   #836
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Old January 17th, 2018, 01:41 PM   #837
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The San Siro looks like an offshore oil rig. I hope both teams get new stadiums so it can be torn down. Why should the mayor care some much about the situation when the stadiums will be privately funded anyway.
I feel the opposite. The San Siro is possibly my favourite of all stadia. It looks so iconic. It's been my favourite ever since it was redeveloped for the 1990 WC and I went to the Germany v Holland second round game as a 13 year old.
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