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

Apr 04, 2019, 00:32
Real Madrid unveil plans for 'digital stadium of the future'

"We took advantage of the fact a lot of players had been on global duty to give others a chance and they did well".

Zidane was asked whether Bale would be part of a summer clearout, with Isco, Marcelo, Toni Kroos and Raphael Varane among the players whose futures are being questioned.

"Talking about cleaning (out the dressing room) seems disrespectful".

"I will confirm - there will be changes, but this is not the moment to talk about that".

"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.

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Elsewhere, Real's La Liga rivals Barcelona have ambitious plans of their own to rejuvenate their 99,000 Nou Camp stadium, in a development that will increase the arena's capacity to 105,000 in time for the 2023/24 season.

Zidane also insisted once again that he doesn't want French defender Raphael Varane to leave this summer.

"We are already doing that [planning], although things will be made public at the end of the season", he said.

"But there is an institution here, this is an important club, with people in charge".

"I think Zidane knows how to handle the team in an intelligent way", the Portugal superstar told RMC Sport 1.

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"I want him to stay".

Courtois was signed from Chelsea after the 2018 FIFA World Cup despite Navas winning UEFA's best goalkeeper award after helping Madrid win the UEFA Champions League for three consecutive seasons. "To me, he looks happy and committed in what he is doing".

"Then, if you play a bit worse, there is a lot of debate".

"Real Madrid and their fans would fancy having Mbappe one day, and he can surely go to Madrid, but you have to consider many things", he added.

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