Madrid mull stadium name change

Real Madrid are in talks with Microsoft over acquiring naming rights for the Santiago Bernabeu.

Last Updated: 06/11/13 at 13:23 Post Comment

Santiago Bernabeu: Could be renamed

Santiago Bernabeu: Could be renamed

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Real Madrid are in talks with Microsoft over acquiring naming rights for the Santiago Bernabeu, the company's Spanish president has confirmed.

Los Blancos president Florentino Perez stated last month that he was looking to get a sponsor for the stadium which is set to undergo a major renovation and Maria Garana, the president of the software giant's Spanish operation, has confirmed they are in the running.

"We have an excellent relationship with Real Madrid and in fact we recently signed an agreement with its foundation," she told Spanish television channel antena 3.

"They've raised, as have other companies, renaming the stadium and we're only talking about this possibility."


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