Real Madrid unveil plans for 'digital stadium of the future'

Real Madrid unveil plans for 'digital stadium of the future'

Javier Howell
April 4, 2019

Luca Zidane is the No. 1 goalkeeper for Real's reserve and he had not featured for the first team since making his debut in a 2-2 draw against Villarreal on the final day of last season.

"We want this to be a great digital stadium of the future, and it will be paid for by the income its renovation will provide, and it will make Real Madrid more competitive at a time when the footballing landscape is becoming ever less certain", Perez said.

"But more importantly I think this guy goes to PSG, if they can afford it".

He has flirted with a transfer for years and recently said he'd made up his mind - but is yet to make it public.

Cristiano Ronaldo has heaped praise on Zinedine Zidane for the "intelligent" way he deals with Real Madrid's squad of superstars.

"I can't imagine Real Madrid without Varane and I don't want to, ' the coach added".

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"I find that talk disrespectful", he said.

Since joining the club in 2011, Varane has gone on to make 268 appearances for Real in all competitions, in an eight-year period which has yielded a huge amount of success.

A report in Goal suggested that Madrid will demand that Varane's €500 million release clause (around £429 million) is met in full by any suitors this summer, as they have no desire to lose the player. "It is a hard season but, when things were going well, the fans were supporting us all".

FC understands that rather than looking to improve his contract, as has previously been reported, Varane wants to decide what is best for his career long-term having won every trophy available at Madrid.

"The new Santiago Bernabeu stadium will entail an important improvement for the club, but also for its surroundings".

That has led to speculation that Bale could be on the move in the summer, with agent Jonathan Barnett telling ESPN FC that the Wales worldwide would "wait and see" before deciding his future.