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Real Madrid have confirmed that midfielder Eduardo Camavinga has signed a new long-term contract with the club.
Upon signing for the club in 2021, Camavinga penned a six-year contract, that would keep him at the club until the end of the 2026-27 season.
However, Real have now announced that fresh terms have been successfully negotiated with Camavinga, extending his deal until 2029.
This comes after the impact the 20-year-old has had, since joining from Rennes as a teenager.
Camavinga has been provided with 11 starts and four substitute outings in all competitions this season, as he continues to become a key player for the club.
Last season, the Frenchman played an important role as he covered for the left-back position.
Camavinga has made 114 appearances for Real, and has won six trophies in his first two seasons in Spain, including the Champions League in 2021-22.
Camavinga’s renewal is the latest in a number of new contracts, with Vinicius Junior and Rodrygo each penning new deals in recent weeks.