Real Madrid install TV screens on urinals for fans at Santiago Bernabeu stadium

Real Madrid install TV screens on urinals for fans at Santiago Bernabeu stadium

Real Madrid have taken a giant step towards bringing a comfort to their fans by installing multiple TV screens on urinals so fans don’t miss any action while taking pee inside the rest rooms.

The Spanish giants took the huge step as part of the the plans to bring some fresh touches and breaths to the legendary Santiago Bernabeu which has 81,044 capacity.

According to UK Sun report, Real have marked out the stadium for renovation towards the end of new season with reports from Spain claiming they are ready to splash a staggering £500million for the makeover.

The Spanish giants are reportedly considering replacing the famous stadium's roofs, and are also planning to a 360-degree screen inside the venue, with renovation work said to have begun in 2018.

Real Madrid, notably, are not the first team to build screen in their urinals for their home fans as La Liga rivals also install a system like that at their Estadio Municipal de Butarque.

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With the new innovation, the La Liga giants will help their fans keep track of home matches in the urinals without missing any moment of actions inside the pitch.

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Meanwhile, had reported that Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid have reportedly met the representatives of Liverpool striker Sadio Mane over a possible January transfer move to the Bernabeu.

The Senegal international has become one of the best strikers in the world at Liverpool helping the club to win the Champions League title last season.

Sadio Mane was also in impressive form last season in the Premier League ending as one of the three golden boot winners which included Mohamed Salah and Pierre Aubameyang.

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