Real Madrid plan to extend Valverde contract and fortify it with a huge penalty clause

Real Madrid plan to extend Valverde contract and fortify it with a huge penalty clause

What is Real Madrid's plan to deal with Federico Valverde?

Real Madrid is planning to renew the contract of Federico Valverde, the team's player, with the penalty clause being increased in the footsteps of the rest of the royal club's players.

The Spanish newspaper "Marca" said that Real Madrid is close to granting the 21-year-old a new contract that expires on June 30, 2025, with a penalty clause of up to 750 million euros.

Real Madrid is trying to ensure the protection of their players, especially after the contract of the duo Toni Kroos and Casemiro is renewed to expire in 2023 and Luka Modrić may leave the club soon as his contract expires in 2021.

Valverde currently has a contract that expires in 2021 and Real Madrid does not want to take advantage of any team that has outdone the player in recent times and offer good levels to try to contact him so he will speed up the issue of renewal.

Real Madrid is also close to giving their top scorer, Karim Benzema, a new contract after becoming the team's most important member following the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo.

Valverde joined Real Madrid's academy from Peñarol in 2016 and went on a return to Deportivo de La Coruña before returning and guaranteeing a place in the starting line-up.

Valverde has played 12 games this season, scoring two goals and making the same.

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