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Camavinga Agrees To Stay Hitched To Madrid Till 2029

France national Eduardo Camavinga has extended his contract with La Liga Club Real Madrid.

He will now stay with the club for the next six years of his balling career.

A statement released by Madrid read, “Real Madrid C. F. and Camavinga have reached an agreement on a contract extension which ties the player to the club until 30 June 2029.”

The 20-year-old joined Coach Ancelotti’s side in 2021 and has since made 114 across all competitions.

He is yet to find the net this season after making 17 appearances across all competitions this season.

Together with the Club, however, the midfielder has won 6 trophies including a Champions League, a Club World Cup, a European Super Cup, a La Liga, a Copa del Rey and a Spanish Super Cup.

In a related development, the club have decided against new signings in January 2024.

This was disclosed by Manager Carlo Ancelotti who indicated the team is good to go with the players they have thus far.

“We are not planning to sign any player in January. I think the January market is off for us, definitely… Militão and Courtois will return before the end of the season. Nothing is set to happen in January.”

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