The new Bernabéu continues to take top steps: unrecognizable state on the side

28 Nov 2021

This Sunday, Real Madrid returns to Santiago Bernabéu to face Sevilla. They will play at home again almost a month later.

They will do it with the aim of adding the three points to stay at the top of the table. But it is not the only mission they have in the stadium. The works go on and only stop when the team plays.

For this reason, in these 20 long days, they have taken the opportunity to advance in a surprising way. This is how we can see it in the attached video.

Inside the stadium, efforts are focused on the cave that will house the retractable lawn. It is getting deeper and deeper, and much progress has been made in recent weeks.

It is true that the fans who come to the stadium this Sunday will not be able to appreciate it, and that side is the one that remains covered by some canvases, preventing the vision of how it is.

But as we say, the photographs give a good view of the fact that much progress has been made in the work in that area, taking advantage of the time they have had.

And it is that from now on they will not be able to advance so much, with the devilish calendar that the whites have ahead. Up to 5 home games in less than a month, the works will stop much more.

Although later, the stoppage for the Christmas holidays, will allow a new push, trying to meet the objectives that were set to be achieved, before the end of 2021.

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