Official: Real Madrid renews Valverde’s contract, sets a staggering clause


Real Madrid has officially confirmed the renewal of the contract with the Uruguayan midfielder, Federico Valverde.

Los Blancos have continued to renew the contracts of the team’s stars, signing a new contract with the fourth player within the week.

After Vinicius Junior, Rodrygo Goes and Edouardo Camavinga, it was now the Uruguayan star Valverde’s turn.

The royal club has confirmed today (Thursday) during the day that it has renewed Valverde’s contract for another six years.


“Real Madrid CF and Fede Valverde have agreed to extend the contract of the player, who remains tied to the club until June 30, 2029,” the announcement states.


In addition, transfer expert Fabrizio Romano reports that Real Madrid have put a clause of 1 billion euros on the Brazilian, as well as three other players.

Otherwise, Valverde arrived at Real Madrid in July 2016, when he was only 18 years old. In his six seasons defending the first team shirt, he is already one of the best midfielders in the world.

He played 220 games, in which he scored 19 goals and won 9 titles, among them: Champions League, 2 Club World Cups, 1 European Super Cup, 2 Leagues, 1 Copa del Rey and 2 Spanish Super Cups.