Everything for the Stadio della Roma seemed fine up until the events of Wednesday as those in the Capital were awoken by the news that nine people were arrested on charges ranging from corruption to illicit financing.
For now, the project is currently on hold pending an in-depth verification of all the documents presented by Eurnova, the company of Luca Parnasi. As reported by Il Messaggero, the summit yesterday morning between Rome mayor Virginia Raggi and the general manager of Roma, Mauro Baldissoni, was not conclusive. The club would like the municipality to approve the variants of the project as soon as possible, but the mayor is not eyeing any shortcuts. At this point, we are convinced of one thing: the traffic plan must be completely revised. The new bridge, which disappeared after the revision of the project, is essential to prevent southern Rome from being choked-up in traffic jams. Pallotta wanted to open the stadium for the 2020-2021 season, but the stadium is now likely to be pushed back to 2022.