The club must now answer a series of questions posed by the municipality in terms of mobility, said Friday the Secretary of State for Town Planning, Pascal Smet (Vooruit). “It goes without saying that we must facilitate the project of a private investor who is ready to invest 60 to 70 million in a stadium without a franc from the public sector”, commented the Secretary of State.
The deputy MR Gaëtan Van Goidsenhoven, Anderlechtois, who questioned him, was no less enthusiastic about this project for this Brussels club which narrowly missed first place in the Belgian championship at the end of a season. conducted at a brisk pace. “I hope that in the autumn it will not be the fall of the leaves for the Union, but a new spring for a club which has made us proud during a year of sport and conviviality”, he said. he commented.