Dani Carvajal has signed a contract extension with Real Madrid, committing to the Liga giants through to 2025. So, in news of football today, Carvajal has signed a Real Madrid contract extension for four more years.
The Spain international right-back has agreed fresh terms with the Liga giants. This new contract will likely allow him to smash through the 300-appearance barrier at Santiago Bernabeu.
The Spain international right-back is a long-serving member of the Blancos fold.
After brief spells with RM Castilla and Bayer Leverkusen, Carvajal returned to Santiago Bernabeu for a second spell in 2013.
Ever since, he has remained a key part of future plans in the Spanish capital.
Last season the Spanish defender played 13 La Liga games and provided two assists across these appearances.
So, he is integral to their future now too, despite being 29 years of age.
For this reason, we assume Dani Carvajal will be sticking around for at least another four seasons.
Carvajal Has Signed a Real Madrid Contract Extension
Announcing the deal on the club’s official website, the Blancos have said: “Real Madrid C. F. and Dani Carvajal have agreed a contract extension which will tie the player to the club for the next four seasons, up until 30 June 2025.”