Scaroni: ‘If it’s not San Siro, Milan are ready to build the stadium on their own. Zaniolo? He’s good…’ | First page

Milan can leave San Siro and Inter for a stadium of their own. It was confirmed Paul ScaroniRossoneri president, during the presentation of a book on the Devil in Milan, written by Maurizio Lupi, leader of ‘We moderates‘ and president of the Milan Club Montecitorio. Scaroni said: “We are carrying out three projects in parallel. One is that of Sesto San Giovanni and another I won’t say, it is a hole card (in recent weeks there were rumors of San Donato, ed). If it’s not San Siro, Milan are willing to do it alone. Let’s not give up, I assure you that Milan will have the new stadium. The first one to unlock we’ll go after it – bring back -. Milan collects 40 million for the stadium. How do we compete internationally with such low revenues? So we absolutely want the new stadium.”

OTHER INCOME – Scaroni then talks about other revenues without sparing a criticism of Serie A: “We will generate 60 million in cash, we are in good shape. The brand continues to grow. We are the most famous Italian club in the world. They pay us little for sponsorships because the championship is considered Serie B“.

THE TIME OF THE TEAM – The Rossoneri number one then focused on the delicate moment of the team coached by Pioli: “Good, not very well. Remember that we are second. We are playing badly, but we are there in the classics. I still remember Atalanta-Milan 5-0. Four is better than five. We like winning the Scudetto, but we want to advance in the Champions League“.

NOVITA’ – Good news, however, comes from the infirmary, the return of Mike Maignan Scaroni approaches and confirms it: “I have good news. Il portiere Maignan torna for the Champions League“.

ZANIOLO – Finally, the hottest topic of the moment, the possibility of withdrawing Nicholas Zaniolo from Rome. Scaroni doesn’t close, but limits himself to praising the attacking midfielder: “Zaniolo? He’s a good player“.

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