Dani Ceballos is the latest Real Madrid player to sign a new contract, signing a four-year deal with the club.
The 26-year-old has agreed to terms that will keep him with the club until 2027, when he will have been a member for ten years.
Ceballos has been linked with a transfer away from the Spanish capital on many occasions since signing in 2017, owing mostly to few first-team appearances at the Bernabeu.
The Spain international spent two years on loan with Arsenal, and when he returned in 2021-22, he made only 11 La Liga appearances, including only two starts.
However, he appeared 46 times for Real Madrid in all competitions, including 30 times in La Liga, in 2022-23, more than any other single season in his career.
Dani Ceballos pens new deal with Los Blancos
Ceballos started 19 of those league games, his finest tally at Real Madrid, and the club has now moved to lock him down for the next four years.
Since joining Madrid, the midfielder has made 120 appearances, helping the club win 11 trophies, including two Champions Leagues and one La Liga crown.
Real Madrid have announced three contract extensions this week, with Toni Kroos and Nacho both signing one-year terms.
Los Blancos have also announced the signing of Jude Bellingham. As well as Spanish Giants have brought Brahim Diaz, Joselu, and Fran Garcia this summer.
Last season, Madrid won the UEFA Super Cup, Club World Cup, and Copa del Rey. But they lost the La Liga and Champions League crowns to Barcelona and Manchester City, respectively.