Inter and AC Milan have released an 18-page document explaining all the benefits of their two chosen stadium designs, with a detailed look taking place in today’s paper edition of the Turin based newspaper Tuttosport.
The report details how both the Populous’s Cathedral and the Sportium’s Rings of Milan projects will bring over 3000 jobs to the area upon completion, with 600 jobs needing to be filled during the construction process.
Furthermore, the 18-page document highlights why there cannot feasibly be any renovations to the existing San Siro stadium, specifically mentioning the “degree of obsolescence” present at their current home. The document also adds that there can only be limited expansions to the existing San Siro due to safety regulations, and that the large capacity of 78 thousand seats is unnecessary, due to only filing around 47 thousand seats on average.
Finally, the document suggests that the construction of the new stadium would take around 5-6 years, with both projects promising an improved acoustic experience and better pitch conditions.
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