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Bucharest club Rapid says it will have to move out of the stadium that has been its home since 1939 because the cash-strapped club can't afford the rent.
Rapid said in a statement late Tuesday it had not reached an agreement with the Transportation Ministry over the Giulesti-Valentin Stanescu ground about rent.
ProSport reported on Wednesday the ministry wanted 5,000 euros ($6,900) per match, while the club has been paying much less.
Rapid has also played home matches in Ploiesti, 60 kilometers (38 miles) north of Bucharest.