If only the other clubs would follow Udinese's and Juventus' examples and build new stadiums too, I am sure the league would be much more competitive in Europe. The atmosphere in Udine was extraordinary whereas in Napoli a 3/4 full 60.000 San Paoplo with running tracks felt like being part of the 80's or 90's with little atmosphere.
Does anyone know when they will renovate the main stand? I know it has been some time ago, but it looks outdated compared to the shining new horseshoe.
Is this still the plan?
As far as I know, the original project was always to keep the main stand. It's their icon, their symbol. It looks outdated, but gives personality to the stadium, and avoids all four sides being exactly the same.
The same thing happened to Delle Alpi's arches that in somehow were kept in place although with a brand new structure and different size.