After Víctor Velázquez, Cooperativa Cruz Azul's president, communicated that the club has decided to build a nw stadium to stop using the Estadio Azteca, many spots in the Metropolitan area of Mexico City has been considerer as suitable relocations for the stadium. There are three that seem to have the required needs.
The three of them are in the city of Tlalnepantla de Baz, which is located at the north border of Mexico City. Tlalnepantla's major, Raciel Pérez Cruz, had a meeting with former Cruz Azul executive, Guillermo Álvarez Cuevas, who was in charged of the club until the Justice presented charges against him. Álvarez Cuevas is now fugitive and Interpol is searching for him.
In the meantime, Víctor Velázquez and José Antonio Marín Gutiérrez drive the destinies of the club. They keep an eye on the lands Álvarez Cuevas consulted for to build the new Cruz Azul home. They are the Vaso Regulador Carretas located by Vallejos Avenue next to the Línea 3 of the Metroway; and Vaso Regulador El Cristo, just by Gustavo Baz Avenue.
Both sites are part of the Ríos de los Remedios sewer system. The last spot the Cruz Azul executives are considering to build their stadium in is a spot in San Pedro Barrientos, Providencia colony, which used to be a garbage dump at open sky, but has been recovered by the city council.