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Bulgaria's Sofia stadium debate has taken another twist with president and owner of Slavia Sofia Ventsislav Stefanov (pictured left) announcing that he is in negotiation with the owner of PFC Ludogorets Razgrad, Kiril Domuschiev (pictured right), to build a new joint stadium in Sofia. PFC Ludogorets have won the Bulgarian champions for the past two years but play home games at Razgrad - a small town in north-east of Bulgaria.
Slavia had originally wanted to share the new arena with another metropolitan club CSKA Sofia, but the management of CSKA have refused to move away from their current stadium which is situated at the heart of Bulgarian capital.
A few days ago, Stefanov revealed that he had held negotiations with the German company of IFS, which is ready to invest €40 million reports inside world football.
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