Real Madrid to spend $1bn to improve Bernabeu, know Ratcliffe's plan for United

Manchester United’s billionaire could even improved Florentino Perez plans for Real Madrid

By Mario Perez

Jim Ratcliffe would be ready to build a new Old Trafford even more expensive than the new Bernabeu.
Jim Ratcliffe would be ready to build a new Old Trafford even more expensive than the new Bernabeu.
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Real Madrid could be considered one of the best teams in Europe these days, and their president, the Madrilean businessman Florentino Perez, is looking forward to holding the Spanish club to the football elite for the next few years.

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Precisely with this goal in mind, Perez has already started to sign superstars to secure the role of the club in European football, and after signing Jude Bellingham last summer, he would have already sealed the arrival of Mbappe for the next season, being the Frenchman’s transfer the next step in his project.

Meanwhile, Perez would be trying to complete the build of the new Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, where he is going to invest up to $1 billion to create a spectacular new VIP super box with an iconic Skywalk terrace attached, expected be finished by April, and definitely in time for Taylor Swift’s concert in the stadium by May 30.

However, there would be a greater project than the one started by Perez at Real Madrid, and this would be the one led by the British billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe at Manchester United, who according to the English journal The Times would be keen on building a new national stadium in the North of England to create the Wembley of the North of the country in Manchester.

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How much would the new Old Trafford cost?

Expanding the current Old Trafford, Ratcliffe would be willing to expand the stadium to a 74,000-capacity ground that could cost around £800m while a new-build may be anywhere between £1 billion and £2 billion.

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