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BREAKING:Real Madrid Stadium Santiago Bernabeu On Fire [Video]

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Genuine Madrid’s Santiago Bernabeu arena burst into flames on Wednesday night, placing their £500million redevelopment in risk.



Naija News reports that the famous arena in the core of the Spanish capital has been home to the LaLiga side since 1947 and has been under development since 2019. Notwithstanding, firemen were called to the ground after crest of thick dark smoke were seen siphoning out of the arena.

Spanish outlet Marca have detailed that a ‘little’ fire broke out at the arena, making apparent smoke show up around the ground.



While the reason for the fire isn’t year clear, the Spanish outlet says the arena’s alarms were sounded and that the crisis administrations were reached right away.

The Madrid fire-unit were said to have controlled the fire only 15 minutes in the wake of being called to the scene.

The degree of the harm is set to be resolved, however fans dread the fire could endanger the £50million redesigns that are at present under way.

The fire at the arena has occurred almost two years after work started back in June 2019.



The immense reconstruct has implied that the club have not played at the ground this season.

Rather they have played at the 6,000-limit Estadio Alfredo di Stefano, generally the field for the save side, Real Madrid Castilla.

Should the venture go on as arranged, the Bernabeu will acquire a fixed rooftop which covers each seat, just as a retractable rooftop which covers the whole pitch.



Be that as it may, the current limit of 81,000 will continue as before regardless of a lot of off-pitch augmentations.

The remodel will likewise see the establishment of a 360-degree screen, a retail plaza, a five-story underground vehicle leave, and new eateries.



Be that as it may, harm from the fire could postpone development designs and even see Real Madrid play one more season at the Estadio Alfredo di Stefano.

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