Vini Junior is likely to sign a five-year contract extension with Real Madrid this summer.
Real Madrid will award Vinicius Junior a new mega-contract in acknowledgment of his outstanding contributions to the club’s recent success.
Vinicius is a crucial player for Real Madrid. The 22-year-old forward’s contract is going to expire in the summer of 2024.
According to Football Espana, Real Madrid has now offered Vinicius a five-year contract extension with a €1 billion release clause.
The Brazilian attacker, who will become Los Blancos’ highest earner. He will also receive a bonus if he wins the Ballon d’Or while in Spain.
Vinicius have scored 17 goals last season for Real Madrid. He is likely to sign a new five-year contract with Real Madrid by the end of the week. The new deal will keep him with the club until 2028.
“Vini Junior” have faith in Real Madrid
Real Madrid’s decision to extend Vini Jr.’s contract demonstrates that the Spanish giants completely trust the forward to lead the team’s attack following the departure of Karim Benzema.
According to El Futbolero, the 22-year-old is dissatisfied with Los Blancos’ pursuit of Kylian Mbappe from Paris Saint-Germain and may leave the club.
However, Real Madrid has rewarded Vinicius with a new five-year mega-contract, making the Brazilian one of the club’s biggest earners.
“Vini Junior has amazing taste” Louis Vuitton
Previously, Sports Brief reported on Vinicius Junior relaxing in luxury in the off-season after a busy 2022/23 season, playing in exhibition games and visiting other events.
Stepping out in style lately, the Brazilian winger dressed himself in a sumptuous Louis Vuitton suit, sporting a circular T-shirt teamed with a sleek black jacket as he exhibited a fashion-forward presence.
Vini Juniour: The New Real Madrid No.7
The Brazilian forward, will wear jersey number seven for Real Madrid’s next season.
The 22-year-old, who joined the squad from Flamengo in 2018, has worn the No. 20 number throughout his four years at the Santiago Bernabeu.
The most recent vacant jersey will now be worn by Vinicius and Eden Hazard, who left the squad by mutual consent at the end of last season.