It’s not quite a “house numbers” game, but it is one we could easily imagine Ale House would find a home in at some point.
We’re not sure where that will be, but the former club boss says they are looking at options, and one that could be lucrative.
“If we could find a new home, we would love to have it,” Ale House’s general manager, Francesco Colombo, told Sky Sport Italia.
“We have a lot of fans in Italy, in Italy and abroad, who would love a new experience and would like to come and experience a different atmosphere and a different club.”
Ale House are currently based in Florence, and have been there for almost 20 years, but are currently looking for a new base, after being sold to the Italian football federation (FIGC) last summer.
Colombo said that there is still a lot to be done before the deal is done, and he also confirmed that the club is looking to buy a new stadium.
“Right now, we are looking for the right partners for a potential new home,” he said.
If we are going to play in the Champions League, we want to be the first to win.” “
As we said in the past, we will never forget what our fans have been through.
If we are going to play in the Champions League, we want to be the first to win.”
It’s a bit of a different stadium for Ale, as they were the first Italian club to play at the Stadio San Paolo, but Colombo is optimistic that the stadium will eventually be ready for the new season.
“This is a new club, but they are still in good shape, and that’s the good thing,” he added.
“I believe they will come back and play the best of football.”