The club were granted permission in March to begin the major revamp and they have been now given the green light to resume the construction despite Spain’s lockdown due to the coronavirus outbreak.
And now, Los Blancos have gone ahead and released a video which shows how the stadium will look with a retractable roof and a stunning 360-degree video screen.
Here’s the video:
The video also shows the leisure and entertainment facilities that will be introduced as part of the rebuild as well as the luxurious private boxes.
The 73-year old stadium will be handed out an additional space over 66,000 square metres and it has been reported that shops, restaurants and a hotel will be added.
Despite this, the capacity of the iconic stadium will just be reduced by ONE to 80,242.
Real Madrid have claimed the refurbishment will be completed by October 2022.
Club president Florentino Perez said in 2016: “With this agreement, we will start a process of modernisation and transformation that will convert the stadium into an avant-garde architectural icon.
“This stadium will act as an economic and touristic invigorator and will contribute to strengthening the image of our city.”