Eduardo Camavinga has signed a new contract with Real Madrid, after a series of remarkable performances. The young Frenchman has regularly been called to play out of position at left-back, and has risen up to the challenge, playing superbly when Carlo Ancelotti has had a lack of options.
With Fran Garcia now at the club, Camavinga has been moved into his preferred midfield role. And now the club has rewarded him with a new deal to ascertain his future as part of the new generation of Real Madrid players.
Eduardo Camavinga signs new contract with Real Madrid
The arrival of Jude Bellingham has taken the world by storm, but Eduardo Camavinga, Aurelien Tchouameni and Federico Valverde’s importance in the squad has not been diminished. Luka Modric and Toni Kroos are entering the final chapter of their careers, and are now seeing reduced playing time.
This is a clear cut sign that the old guard is slowly being phased out, with the youngsters now shouldering more and more responsibility. And Camavinga’s presence has been highly influential in building the team without compromising on results.
The former Rennes midfielder has played 110 games for Los Blancos since joining them in 2021. And with his new deal, he will be staying at the Spanish capital till 2028, as a gesture of trust in the player from the board.