Assessor Frongia Positive On Stadio Della Roma

Stadio della Roma
Stadio della Roma

Assessor for Sports Daniele Frongia confirms that the Stadio della Roma project goes on and imminent news is expected.

When the Roma president James Pallotta presented his ambitious project to build a new facility in the Italian capital he could have never imagined being still waiting for the final approval six years after.

Several people have worked on this architectural masterpiece. The American investor has replaced many of them. Others, instead, passed through difficult moments but are still involved in it.

But according to Daniele Frongia, the Italian Assessor for Sports, the approval process for the new facility of the Italian giants is going on.

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The Stadio della Roma project has suffered many delays over the years. Three mayors have changed at Campidoglio and, albeit all of them have been positive about the construction of a new stadium in the eternal city, James Pallotta and the Roma fans are still waiting for a thumb up from the Italian institutions.

“I would say that we never stopped. We have always moved forward,” said Daniele Frongia. “Important events have delayed the process. Further investigations are going on but, on our side, there’s still the intention to proceed. I believe that important news will be released in the next few weeks.”

As reported by the Italian outlet ‘La Roma 24’, President Pallotta and the Roma managers are working in Boston lately. Four groups of investors are reportedly interested in the total acquisition of the Stadio Tor Di Valle project as soon as the final approvals will be announced.

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A Roman between New York, Philadelphia, and Rome achieving his dreams. Persistence can make extraordinary things happen. Editor of AS ROMA 360 | Collaborated with & Calcio e Finanza | Reported on Major League Soccer | Featured on Bleacher Report & OneFootball EN.

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