Real Madrid install bizarre feature on Bernabeu urinals as part of new stadium

first_img Pogba-Bale swap deal would be ‘mistake’ as Man United ace linked with Real Madrid 6 Restaurants also feature in the complex lack of bottle Champions League Super Computer: Will Liverpool, Chelsea, City and Spurs qualify? return PREDICTED The new urinals at the Santiago Bernabeu Bale spotted on Real bench doing ‘bottle flip challenge’ as he Bernabeu exit 6 6 LEDs will cover the metal shell 6 The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star Latest Real Madrid News Inside will see a 360 degree screen lining the roof 6 g.o.a.t 6 El Clasico Thousands of pro-Catalan protesters make their voice heard before El Clasico ROWDY in the hat REVEALED All of Lionel Messi’s incredible records against Real Madrid ahead of El Clasico The planned new stadium will have a medal exterior Real Madrid have installed TV screens on the urinals at the Bernabeu as an initial part of their extensive stadium redesign.Los Blancos are redeveloping their historic ground over the course of the next few years, at an estimated cost of around €400million (£355million). How to watch Barcelona vs Real Madrid: Stream, channel, kick-off time, team news Eden Hazard vows to go back to Chelsea when he’s done at Real Madrid Real Madrid ‘offer’ Isco to Chelsea in bid to ‘make room’ for Tottenham star WARNING There will also be various shopping outlets inside Champions League live reaction: Liverpool, City, Chelsea and Spurs learn fate One of the first steps taken to modernise the arena has been to put screens in the toilets so that match-going fans can leave their seats midway through the 90 minute games if necessary, but still not miss any of the action.The small televisions will broadcast live footage of the game happening outside, so no Madridistas will ever suffer the tragedy of missing a goal to go to the bathroom ever again.Los Blancos’ plans for their new stadium were initially announced in 2014, though the project then hit a stumbling block.Madrid are now ready to proceed with the idea again, as they plan to convert their old stadium into a giant metallic structure.The new Bernabeu, will reportedly cost €400m (£355m) and feature a 360-degree video screen, retractable roof and various shopping facilities.Take a look at some of the design images below. REAL DEAL last_img

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