Lazzaro dell’Agostino has revealed the Biancocelesti have “no problem” moving forward with the construction of their new stadium in San Gennaro.
The former Milan, Lazio and Sampdoria coach confirmed his squad will move forward with their plans for the €75m stadium, with plans already being made for the construction and construction trailer of the stadium.
“There is no problem,” Dell’agostino told Gazzetta dello Sport.
“We’re already working on it and it’s a good solution to go ahead with.”
“There’s no need to move forward to build the stadium and start work on it, but it’s important to have the right conditions.”
“The city is very close to the sea and the sea is an important factor in the development of the city.”
The project was launched earlier this month, with Dell-agostinos predecessor Maurizio Sarri announcing the completion of the construction at a press conference in August.
Sarri and Milan’s sporting director Paolo Di Canio have also revealed the team is targeting a completion date of mid-2019.
“I think the club will continue to work towards the completion date and, when we reach that date, we’ll announce a date,” Della told the publication.
“The club has the best possible conditions, the stadium is a great location and we have the most ambitious plans.
We have no problem with the future.”