Real Madrid‘s leaders are grateful for Enrique Cerezo‘s offer, but they are not contemplating the possibility of playing at the Estadio Wanda Metropolitano.
Instead, Los Blancos will play their remaining six home league matches at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano, which is located at their Valdebebas training complex.
Nothing will change the plan that was decided in May, so this Sunday will see Real Madrid host Eibar at the Di Stefano.
There has been talk in recent days about fans being allowed back into Spanish stadiums, albeit at a reduced capacity, yet this is not going to affect anything for Los Merengues.
The idea is set in stone and, in fact, they have made alterations to the Di Stefano so that it is considered to be a VAR-friendly stadium, which is a requisite for LaLiga Santander matches.
Real Madrid are continuing to work on the idea that fans will have to wait until next season before entering stadiums, and they are not considering the possibility of having any fans at the Di Stefano.
The relationship between the directors at Real Madrid and Atletico is cordial and, in fact, they have starred together in a campaign in recent days, but nobody upstairs at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu has thought about the possibility of playing at the Wanda Metropolitano.
Meanwhile, the construction works at the Bernabeu are making good progress and, on Thursday, tours of the stadium will again be available, with it being the second visited museum in the city of Madrid.
The tour has been reduced and the price of the ticket has been lowered, compared to the one before the coronavirus-enforced stoppage of football.