Roma officials, including President James Pallotta, met with the city’s mayor on Monday to discuss the club’s proposed new stadium.
The Giallorossi are hoping to construct a new 50,000+ arena in the city and held talks with mayor Ignazio Marino and other interested parties today.
“We are grateful to Mayor Marino for agreeing to the meeting and welcoming us to City Hall,” said American businessman Pallotta.
“Our planning continues and we found the Mayor’s and Assessors’ input, suggestions and comments invaluable.
“We want to thank them for their time and look forward to continuing our efforts with a great spirit of partnership with the city on this project.”
Roma currently share the Stadio Olimpico in the capital with city rivals Lazio.
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