Real Madrid have provided an update for their exciting new stadium development as the Spanish giants released footage of work being done in installing a state-of-the-art roof to the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium.
The gigantic rebuild began in June 2019 and the nature of the work has meant that Los Blancos have had to play their games at the 6,000-capacity Estadio Alfredo di Stefano, usually the arena for the reserve side, Real Madrid Castilla during 2020-21.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
However, huge strides have been made in the monumental development to the club's famous stadium and the Spanish club has flaunted the hard work being done at the ground in new footage posted on Twitter.
Real Madrid have released new footage of the progress of their stadium development
Madrid shared a timelapse of the roof being installed alongside the caption: 'What time is it? Time for a new stadium update!'
The 1 minute, 48 seconds clip ends with a artist's impression of what the stadium will look like upon completion, a futuristic design which will put