Real Madrid has announced the renewal of its goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois until June 30, 2026, through a brief statement. The Belgian signed the contract at Real Madrid City and later posed for the official media accompanied by President Florentino Pérez. The Madrid team signed the goalkeeper after the 2018 World Cup in Russia and signed him for six seasons, until June 2024. With the new extension, he will be linked to the club for five more years.
The Belgian goalkeeper arrived at Real Madrid in the summer of 2018 after the World Cup in Russia and did so after paying Chelsea 35 million euros for his transfer. In this way he returned to Spain, where he had excelled between 2011-2014 with Atlético de Madrid. He debuted on September 1, 2018 with the Madrid shirt in a match against Leganés and since then he has been wearing white for three years, in which he has played 130 games with Real Madrid, in which he has received 125 goals and has left the clean sheet on a total of 52 occasions. With the white team he has won a league, a Club World Cup and a Spanish Super Cup, as well as a Zamora Trophy.
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