Computer company Microsoft are reportedly in talks with Real Madrid over the naming rights for the Santiago Bernabeu.
Club President Florentino Perez has confirmed his intention to decide on a renovation project for the stadium by the end of this month.
Looking to begin work as soon as next year to improve aspects of the 85,000-seater stadium, Perez has commented that he is also on the hunt for sponsorship of the project and that this may include naming rights on the 66-year-old venue.
El Confidencial suggest that US computer giants Microsoft are in such negotiations with Madrid, although these are described as at a preliminary stage.
Emirates Airlines have otherwise been suggested as possibly buying up the Bernabeu’s naming rights.
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