The 29-year-old Brazilian extended his contract for two more seasons, which expired in 2023
Real Madrid officially announced on Friday the extension of Carlos Henrique Casemiro’s contract. The 29-year-old Brazilian is linked with the white box until 2023, but the club decided to extend it until 2025.
Real Madrid announced in an official statement that “Real Madrid CF and Casemiro have agreed to extend the contract of the player, who will remain associated with the club for the next four seasons, until June 30, 2025.”
Thus, Casemiro will be associated with Real Madrid for up to twelve seasons, after joining the Spanish national team in 2013 from Sao Paulo in Brazil. At that time, the midfielder was signed for 6 million euros.
Without much space in the first team, Casemiro was loaned for the 2014-2015 season to Porto, where he showed quality in the midfield. Upon his return to the Meiring District, Rafael Benitez put him alongside Modric and Kroos in midfield and has since won the title.
With Real Madrid, he won fourteen titles in eight seasons, featuring four champions, an essential part in the three obtained in a row. In addition, he played 288 matches, during which he scored 30 goals and provided 25 assists.
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