(Images) Valencia confirm new plans to finish Nou Mestalla

Valencia have presented their final plans for the Nou Mestalla to the local government.

Los Ché are finally looking to finish their new stadium, which has been left half-built for more than a decade.

Valencia run out of cash first time around, leaving a concrete shell in the suburban area of Benicalap.

The local government have continued to badger the club over what they plan to do with the stadium’s shell.

Benicalap is an up and coming area on the edge of the city, and that particular construction, as you can imagine, is one of the most unattractive parts of the area.

But with La Liga’s CVC loan, which hands clubs a huge sum of cash for a 10% stake in future TV revenues, Valencia finally have the money they need to complete the stadium.

Much of the loan must be used for infrastructural improvements, and so the new stadium is perfect for Los Ché.

The only issue is that their planning permission is under review due to the time that has elapsed since it was first issued.

As part of that, Valencia were given 90 days to issue a firm response with their plans, and they have now done that withing the specified time range.

The club also had to prove how they plan to finance the new stadium, and they have pledged €85million, according to Mundo Deportivo.

The local government will now review the plans ahead of making a decision over whether to renew the permit.

You can see the images of the new plans below.

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