Rodrygo set to sign contract extension at Real Madrid with €1b release clause

Rajarshi ShuklaRajarshi Shukla
October 31 2023
Rodrygo Real Madrid

Rodrygo joined Real Madrid in 2019

Real Madrid held out on popping the bubbly of contract extensions until after the Ballon d’Or celebration was concluded. Vinicius’s contract extension until 2027 became official on Tuesday, marking the first of many to come.

And Rodrygo’s time will come next Thursday. Like his friend and fellow Brazilian Vini, the Brazilian saw his contract reached an agreement a year ago, and it will come with a €1 billion release clause, which is a deterrent in and of itself. However, Rodrygo’s contract is only set to expire in the summer of 2028.

The second promising star whose contract with the La Liga team has been discussing various deals to extend their current deals is Rodrygo, a 22-year-old. A 20-year-old deal also applies to Fede Valverde (25), Camavinga (20), and Militão (25). It is valid until 2028.

In addition to the already enormous agreements of Bellingham (2029, €1 billion release clause) and Tchouaméni (2028, deal with the same average billion-euro clause), the club from the capital ensures the ongoing existence of the team’s young roots.

On the other hand, the team also has players with contracts that are lengthy, such as Dani Ceballos (27 years old, signed until 2027) and Fran García (24 years old, signed until 2028), the former of whom arrived this summer and both of whom renewed throughout the summer.

Rodrygo’s revival, which will resemble Vini’s with pictures and a written appearance in the case afterwards to the 14 Champions League awards, is an open display of support for the young forward in the midst of an unusual season. No one at the Bernabéu has ever privately denied the young forward assistance.

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