Real Madrid unveil plans for 'best stadium in the world'

Real Madrid unveil plans for 'best stadium in the world'

"I think he's made a leap with his maturity this year and he's doing well with Castilla".

Real Madrid have no desire to part ways with centre-back Raphael Varane and will demand that either Manchester United or Juventus activate his release clause of €500m if they want to sign him.

"So this guy clearly has a physical problem with his body".

"If he can't play a full season, which he hasn't done at Real Madrid since he's been there, you're not doing that in the Premier League".

Perez said the club could "remain competitive in an increasingly hard football scenario".

"So Manchester United particularly certainly need a world-class defender, which he is". That's not your guy, Varane is not your guy.

"So I think at this moment in his career he is having a profound reflection".

It is understood earlier in the week that the Frenchman had told teammates he was ready to leave the Bernabeu amid United's apparent interest.

"I spoke recently with Anthony, Raphael's brother, so we discussed a little bit about the state of the market, so to speak", Satin said, according to FourFourTwo. Three years ago, the club said the goal was to finish the new stadium by 2020.

"He didn't say anything to me".

The club's plans to improve their stadium look set to run in tandem with their plans to improve their team, with new boss Zinedine Zidane expected to be handed a colossal $550 million transfer kitty to lure the world's best players to the Bernabeu, starting this summer.

"There are many things that we are talking about changing next year, but you have to respect all of the players who are here", he continued.

'He found a way to transfer the talent he had as a player to his role as coach and manage a dressing room. "It is a hard season but, when things were going well, the fans were supporting us all".

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