Real Madrid seem to be cleaning up their defense quite significantly this summer. Sergio Ramos has switched to PSG and Varane looks set to sign with Manchester United. The Spanish capital club, on the other hand, has announced that they have secured right-back Daniel Carvajal's signature on a new contract.
The previous agreement ran until the summer of 2022, but the new agreement ensures that the parties have paperwork on each other until the summer of 2025. The past season was ruined by various injuries, which meant that there were only 13 La Liga matches for the 29-year-old back.
Carvajal switched to Real Madrid from Bayer Leverkusen back in 2013. It has turned into 296 matches in all tournaments in the Spanish big club and mixed, among other things, four Champions League trophies.