Old Trafford is one of & # 39; s most famous stadiums in world football, but it is now seen as an obstacle for all Manchester United buyers.
As Sportsmail publicly, an investment of around £ 200 million would be needed to restore the stadium, which is seen as too significant a cost.
However, there are many stadiums under construction around the world and others that are being rebuilt that are perfectly suited to the modern era.
Old Trafford may be outdated, but there are many impressive new stadiums on the horizon
Miami Freedom Park
Club: Inter Miami
Set to open: 2022
Expected cost: £ 766 million
David Beckham's MLS club received several backlashes when they were looking for a suitable place to build their new stadium, but are now pushing ahead with the development of Freedom Park.
The project will include not only a football stadium but also 750 hotel rooms, 23 acres of public football pitches and a public park.
The development has not been without its difficulties. In August 2019, it was reported that arsenic levels on the site were more than twice the legal limit.
Inter Miami has had many construction problems, but the designs for its land are superb
Stadiums in Qatar 2022 World Cup
Main Stadium – Lusail Iconic Stadium
Club: Natar Team of Qatar
Expected cost: £ 579 million
Set to open: 2020
The vast majority of stadiums for the 2022 World Cup match in Qatar are either brand new or renewed.
Lusail Iconic Stadium, which initially has a capacity of 80,000 and will host the tournament's opening game and finals, is undoubtedly the standout arena.
Following the World Cup, the stadium's capacity is expected to be reduced to 40,000, with other parts of the building being redeveloped as a community space.
The Al Bayt Stadium is set on another impressive structure that is prepared to a capacity of 60,000.
The Lusail Iconic Stadium will host the opening match and finals of Qatar World Cup 2022
Bramley-Moore Dock Stadium
Set to open: 2023 or 2024
Expected cost: £ 500 million
Everton's Goodison Park grounds have a rich history, but the club will be hoping their new stadium will help take them to the next level.
The design is magnificent and the project is set to be worth almost £ 800 million for the north Liverpool local area.
One important element of & # 39; the new ground is the & # 39; home country & # 39 ;, which will be a single tier with a capacity of 13,000.
Everton's spectacular new land will include a single tier that does not have a capacity of 13,000
Upgraded Nou Camp
Set for completion: 2024
Expected cost: £ 540 million
In 2014, Barcelona refused the option to leave the Nou Camp, where the club has been based since 1954, and instead chose to renovate the stadium.
The capacity of & # 39; land is set to increase from 99,000 to 105,000 and there is a chance of a cap over the stands.
It is reported that the new stadium will contain a naming rights deal, though the words Nou Camp will still be included.
Barcelona has decided to upgrade the Nou Camp and increase its capacity to 105,000
Upgraded Santiago Bernabeu Stadium
Club: Real Madrid
Set for completion: 2022
Expected cost: £ 450 million
Real Madrid are also taking steps to upgrade their land, with work begun last summer.
The capacity of the Bernabeu will remain at 81,000, but the height of the stadium will be increased by 10 meters, with a roof to add.
The new East Stand is set to be built, while the two towers on & # 39; the west side of & # 39; e ground will be demolished.
The height of the Bernabeu will be increased by 10 meters, while a roof will also be added
New Feyenoord stadium
Set for completion: 2025
Expected cost: £ 415 million
In March 2016 Feyenoord announced plans for a new stadium as opposed to further renovations of its current De Kuip land.
The ground is set at Holland's largest football stadium and will contain bent tiers.
Feyenoord's new ground is set to follow De Kuip's DNA, which means it will have a similar bulbous shape.
Feyenoord's new 60,000 capacity stadium is set on the largest ground in Holland
Stadio Della Roma
Set for completion: Not clear
Expected cost: £ 830 million
Roma's new stadium is set to feature elements of one of Rome's most famous landmarks, the Coliseum, with a focus on intimacy.
Fans will be much closer to the field than on many other grounds.
However, the project has been hit by transport complications, which has led to delays.
Roma's new stadium will allow fans to be closer to the field than on many other grounds
New San Siro
Clubs: AC Milan and Inter Milan
Set for completion: 2023
Expected cost: £ 600 million
The San Siro is one of & # 39; s most recognizable stadiums in world football, but last year AC Milan and Inter Milan provided details about their new home, which is set to be located alongside their existing grounds.
The new stadium is set to cost £ 576 million, with two possible designs that have been customized – one named The Cathedral and another named The Rings of Milano.
The clubs are in talks with the local council about how they can maintain an element of San Siro next to their new state-of-the-art stadium.
The plans also include modernizing the San Siro area.
The new San Siro is set to cost £ 576million, with two possible designs that have been customized
Grand Stade de Casablanca
Clubs: Wydad Casablanca, Raja Casablanca, Morocco national team
Set for completion: 2025
Expected cost: £ 459 million
This potentially incredible stadium is set to a grand capacity of 93,000.
At first, it was hoped that this ground could help host Morocco from & # 39; the 2010 World Cup, but South Africa was chosen to host that tournament.
Morocco is now turning its attention to trying to host the World Cup 2030, with this stadium at the forefront of its plans.
Morocco hopes that their proposed new stadium will help them host the 2030 World Cup
Jakarta International Stadium
Proposal for completion: 2021
Expected cost: £ 265 million
This land is set on a retractable roof and will be built on 30 acres of land.
The construction of the stadium was delayed due to ground traffic.
Outside the stadium, there are two volleyball courts as well as water sports facilities.
Jakarta Stadium will have a retractable roof, but the project has been hit by delays