Still basking in the glory of winning last season’s Champions League, Real Madrid are adding the final few pieces in what they hope will be another successful season.
Key to Real Madrid’s success was the performances of the club’s Brazilian trio Rodrygo, Vinicius Jr, and Eder Militao. Madrid have been keen to tie down the future of all three of their Brazilian stars and it emerged over the weekend that all of them had agreed to sign new long term contracts.
The new contracts are believed to run until 2027 and each player has had a release clause inserted that ranges in value between €850 – €1 billion.
By tying down the futures of three of their key players, it’s a validation of Real’s new transfer policy that has seen them move away from the Galactico era to investing in new, exciting, and young talent.
For the best part of a decade, Madrid have been the most successful side in Europe winning five of the last ten Champions League finals.
With the future of some of their key men now tied down, they are setting themselves up to win plenty more titles in the future.