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|Bon Jovi 'want Wembley go-ahead'
Organisers of Bon Jovi's planned gigs at Wembley Stadium have said they still want the shows to go ahead at the rebuilt London sporting venue.
Delays have meant May's FA Cup Final - which was due to be the first event held there - has been moved to Cardiff.
Bon Jovi - who were the last act to play the old Wembley Stadium - are due to play there on 10 and 11 June.
Promoter AEG Live said it was "working closely" with Wembley, and that it and the band wanted the gigs to take place.
The company's senior vice-president Rob Hallett said: "Everyone at the company appreciates that these are extremely difficult circumstances.
"Whilst I can't go into any detail we are considering all of our options. Wembley want to stage the shows, AEG Live want Wembley to stage the shows - and the band naturally want to see through the honour of being invited to open the stadium."
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