Roma are making concrete steps toward securing a feasible plan for the long-awaited stadium project which the Friedkins have prioritized ever since the new ownership takeover in 2020.
Today’s edition of Corriere dello Sport reports that the club have identified Pietralata as the ideal area for construction to take place.
Moreover, Roma are expected to officially unveil the project, including a feasibility study, to the local authorities later this fall, between October and November.
The club are currently discussing the various details related to public transport and environmental concerns.
The stadium capacity is expected to reach around 60,000 seats in order to comply with the minimal number required to host a Champions League final.