Real Madrid will shortly be given a immature light for their Santiago Bernabeu to bear a makeover.
Madrid’s skeleton to get their 70-year-old track renovated have been given a boost after a city’s Commission for Sustainable Urban Development approved a devise on Wednesday, nonetheless final accede is approaching to be postulated on May 30 following a legislature meeting.
Last October, Real and a city’s city gymnasium presented a project that will see a 81,044-seater track and a vicinity bear a restoration during an estimated cost of €400 million.
“It’s going to be a fantastic transformation,” Madrid boss Florentino Perez said during a time. “We will have a best track and we will do it for Real Madrid, a fans and this city.”
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Perez initial announced a reconstruct of a track behind in 2004 though it was not until 2014 that a vital step was made.
However, a initial devise was challenged by a internal legislature and blocked by a Tribunal Superior de Justicia de Madrid.
The amended plan includes a unconventional china skin and a retractable roof. The automobile park will be demolished to emanate an area for fans to accommodate before games, while a bar have nonetheless to confirm either to embody a new blurb centre and oppulance hotel.
The construction work, once a paperwork is completed, is set to start this summer and final until 2019, though will usually be finished during a off-season.
Adriana Garcia is a Valencia-based football author who covers La Liga for ESPN FC.