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£1 billion invested, the changes Bellingham’s new Real Madrid stadium will face

The Englishman will play in a huge and incredible new stadium

By Mario Perez

Real Madrid will invest £1 billion to build VIP facilities in Santiago Bernabeu.
Real Madrid will invest £1 billion to build VIP facilities in Santiago Bernabeu.
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England national team’s superstar Jude Bellingham is living a honeymoon in Real Madrid, where he will soon have a new and surprising stadium prepared to host massive events from culture and sport to generate up to £450 million for the Whites in the next season.

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The Englishman, who joined Real Madrid last summer for £97 million from Borussia Dortmund, could already test the popularity and wealth of his new institution in his presentation with the Whites in front of 66,000 people, but now he could be ready to see new and more spectacular images on and off the pitch.

According to the English journal The Sun, the new stadium where Bellingham plays will still have major luxury improvements, including top facilities in a spectacular new VIP super box that would receive up to £1 billion of investment.

The facilities planned by Real Madrid for their stadium, including this new VIP zone attached to the iconic Skywalk terrace is expected to be finished by April, and definitely in time for Taylor Swift’s concert in the stadium by May 30.

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The new VIP area of Bellingham’s Spanish club

This VIP area will include a total luxury Skybar able to host the richest fans among the 85,000 spectators that the stadium will host when the reconstruction of the arena is finished in the next few months, with a restaurant area and nightclub which will have LED screens covering the walls and the ceiling, in a 700 square meter space divided into four main areas over three levels; undoubtedly a really luxury place to go before, while and after Jude Bellingham’s new games with his Spanish club.

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