Eduardo Camavinga, the talented young midfielder, has committed his future to Real Madrid by signing a contract extension until 2029. The 20-year-old has already made a name for himself at the Spanish club, with 114 appearances and six trophies under his belt, including the prestigious UEFA Champions League. Camavinga, who played a crucial role in France’s journey to the World Cup final last year, joined Real from Rennes in 2021. He now joins his teammates Vinicius Junior, Eder Militao, and Rodrygo in securing their futures at the club. Real Madrid is clearly focused on nurturing young talent, with the likes of Jude Bellingham and Aurelien Tchouameni also in their plans. According to reports, Camavinga’s new contract includes a significant salary increase and a release clause of €1bn. With 17 games played for club and country this summer, Camavinga has been instrumental in Real’s current position of second place in La Liga, just two points behind surprise leaders Girona.