Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabeu undergoing renovation ahead of next season, See How It Looks

Real Madrid have began renovation of their home ground, Santiago Bernabeu stadium during this lockdown.

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Photos of the Santiago Bernabeu looks unrecognisable as renovation work has started on the ground as the league is suspended. 
It’s been seen that the seats have been stripped and earth and gravel currently lies on their famous pitch. 

The Santiago Bernabeu looks unrecognisable as renovation work has started on the ground

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Seats have been stripped and earth and gravel currently lies on their famous pitch
LaLiga set to resume next month. Apparently, Real Madrid have been granted permission to play out their remaining home games at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano.
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Planned renovation work plans to see the Bernabeu incorporate a retractable roof
The 6,000 seater stadium is the home of Real’s youth team, Castilla, and is based at the club’s training ground in Valdebebas, on the outskirts of Madrid.

Real Madrid originally hoped to complete their renovation project by the summer of 2022

Real Madrid will play remaining games at their Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano ground

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Real Madrid will play remaining games at their Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano ground

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