Pallotta’s Raptor Group Might Be Involved in the New Stadium

Stadio Della Roma
Stadio Della Roma

President James Pallotta and the directors of Roma are still working in Boston. The construction of the new stadium is on the agenda. 




Roma are training to face SPAL in the next Serie A match. The group of Leonardo Semplici does not want to look bad at the Stadio Olimpico on Saturday. But Di Francesco‘s men need to collect three vital points to go ahead on a positive path. Meantime, on the other side of the Atlantic, President Pallotta and the Roma executives are organizing the next moves of the club.

According to the Italian outlet ANSA, the Bostonian businessman is working on the Stadio della Roma project. The new facility that should be built in the eternal city represents a key point in the strategy of the American investor. Yesterday, the Italian Assessor for Sports, Daniele Frongia confirmed that the approval process for the new facility of the Italian giants is going on. He has also pointed out that everybody on his side is working to make it happen.

Assessor Frongia Positive On Stadio Della Roma

It is not excluded that the number one of the club of Trigoria can decide to use his investment company (Raptor Group) to purchase the Stadio Tor Di Valle project as soon as the final approvals will be announced. Although four groups of investors are reportedly interested in this business as well, James Pallotta could have a preferential lane in the acquisition as the stadium project was submitted by him six years ago.

Reportedly, in the meetings that are going on in Boston, Pallotta and Monchi have analyzed the renewal of the contracts of many players as well as the next moves on the transfer market.



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A Roman in New York achieving his dreams. Persistence can make extraordinary things happen. Editor of AS ROMA 360 | Calciomercato.it | Calcio e Finanza | Reporting on Major League Soccer.

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