Lazio president Claudio Lotito is continuing to work on the Stadio Flaminio project and is taking small steps forward.
Both the Biancocelesti and intercity rivals Roma are keen to leave their current home in Rome, the Stadio Olimpico, complaining about the poor quality of the pitch and limited commercial opportunities. The Stadio Flaminio has been long been abandoned in the Italian capital and could be taken over by Lazio in the coming years.
As reported by Il Messaggero (via LazioNews24), Lotito wants to create a multi-purpose facility for Lazio at the Stadio Flaminio, with commercial areas and parking space attached to the stadium in Rome.
The Biancocelesti president has also put forward the request to increase the capacity of the stadium to 45,000, increasing from 38,000, as he looks to take advantage of the strong home support of the club.
Progress on the Stadio Flaminio project is slow and it could take a number of weeks or months to see another concrete step forward.