Real Madrid, the 14-time Champions League winners, has reached contract extensions with two vital midfielders, Eduardo Camavinga and Federico Valverde, sources have confirmed.
Additionally, the club is poised to announce a new deal for star winger Vinicius Junior, recognizing his stellar performance over recent seasons.
Under the guidance of Carlo Ancelotti, Real Madrid has had an impressive start to the post-Karim Benzema era, winning eight of nine La Liga games and both of their first two Champions League group games. New signing Jude Bellingham has been instrumental in this success.
Bellingham, the 20-year-old sensation with ten goals in all competitions, has been well-supported by a talented midfield, including Camavinga and Valverde. These midfielders, along with Aurelien Tchouameni, are being groomed to succeed club legends Toni Kroos and Luka Modric.
Real Madrid’s hierarchy has worked diligently to secure new contracts for Camavinga and Valverde, and both have extended their commitments for an additional season. This aligns their futures with the Santiago Bernabeu’s long-term project.
Camavinga’s versatility and impressive performances have earned him a regular spot in Didier Deschamps’ France national team, further establishing him as one of Europe’s brightest talents. Valverde, on the other hand, has consistently demonstrated his ability to adapt to various roles, even as a right-winger when needed.
Real Madrid’s commitment to securing these talented midfielders reflects their determination to remain at the pinnacle of European football. With Bellingham’s extraordinary talent and the support of Camavinga and Valverde, the club’s midfield looks set to remain formidable for years, ensuring their legacy as a footballing powerhouse.