Mayor of Madrid Manuela Carmena and Real Madrid's president Florentino Perez attend a news conference to present a project they say aims to modernise the Santiago Bernabeu stadium at Madrid's City Hall, Spain October 11, 2016. REUTERS/Juan Medina
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Spanish giants Real Madrid Tuesday relaunched their 400 million euro ($443 million) bid to modernize their Bernabeu stadium paid for by an Abu Dhabi investor.The new stadium will be furnished with a retractable roof without losing the 81,000-seat capacity.Real's cross-city rivals Atletico Madrid will for their part move to a new 73,000-seat stadium in the summer of 2017, leaving behind the 55,000-capacity Vicente Calderon stadium, which is set to be demolished and turned into a park.
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