Spanish giants Real Madrid are in the process of giving the Santiago Bernabeu a futuristic facelift that will cost an estimated $600 million. Here are the latest images of their iconic stadium's stunning revamp to come!
Click through the gallery above to see some new images of what Real's revamped stadium will look like!
Los Blancos recently published a new video showing the expected upgrades to the arena's external facade, a new roof that can open and close, and a 360-degree scoreboard.
The new titanium facade will wrap around the entire outside of the stadium. It will also be able to light up and project huge images of moments from Real's history.
According to club president Florentino Perez, "the new stadium will be the best stadium in the world".
The Santiago Bernabeu was first completed in 1942 and last upgraded in 1982, with the club projecting an extra $170 million (R3.2 billion) in revenue per season once the facelift is completed, according to CNN.
The existing shopping center, the club's fan shop and the museum will also be expanded to boost revenue.
Construction work was supposed to start in April but has been postponed due to the coronavirus crisis and subsequent lockdown in Spain.
Click through the gallery above to see the latest images of Real's upgraded stadium design, and let us know, in the comments section below, how you like it!