ENI-Rome, preliminary agreement on a possible stadium at the Gazometro

Something is moving on the front of the new Roma stadium. As reported Republic, the Giallorossi club has signed a non-disclosure agreement with ENI, owner of the plot of land in the area of ​​the former general market under the gas meter, an area identified as a potential site for the plant.

In other words, both parties undertake not to disseminate further information on the next steps, but Rome thus launches a very strong signal of interest for the area, the first inspections of which date back to about ten months ago. However, ENI wanted to specify to Calcio e Finanza that it has made itself available to provide data relating to the area of ​​interest, but there are no negotiations for the construction of the stadium in the area.

However, the bureaucracy issue remains. Every choice must go through the Capitol, and the example given by Commisso remains concrete, threatening the Municipality of Florence to sell the club in front of the stops on the new facility. This activism paid off, leading the works to renovate the old Artemio Franchi to be even included in the PNRR.


ENIRome preliminary agreement stadium Gazometro

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