Vinicius Junior signs new contract with Real Madrid until 2027, includes €1 billion release clause

Vinicius Junior has reportedly signed a brand new contract with Real Madrid that will run until 2027.

The winger’s new deal includes a €1bn (£856m) release clause aimed at preventing Saudi Arabia’s golf outfit from trying to sign him, as reported YES.

It’s been a protracted course to get Brazil to sign a brand new agreement worldwide, with talks taking place for the first time in September final year.

However, the 22-year-old remains at Real, where he has become a very important player.

Since signing with Flamengo in 2018, Vinicius has made 225 appearances for Real, scoring 59 goals and providing 64 assists.

Vinicius Junior has signed a brand new contract with Real which will reportedly run until 2027

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Vinicius scored a win against Liverpool in the 2022 Champions League, in addition to winning the lucrative LaLiga title twice and right after the Rey Cup.

He has been capped 23 times by Brazil’s internationals and has scored three goals.

Following the departure of Karim Benzema to Al-Ittihad, Vinicius is now likely to have much more responsibility in the Real team.

Vinicius’ status as a member was reflected in the fact that he was recently given the 7 shirt following the departure of Eden Hazard.

Real Madrid have already signed Jude Bellingham from Borussia Dortmund, while striker Joselu has joined Espanyol on loan.

Vinicius Junior was awarded the 7th shirt after 5 seasons at Real Madrid

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