Real Madrid confirmed on Thursday that Brazilian forward Rodrygo has extended his deal there through June 2028.
The 22-year-old Rodrygo came to Madrid in 2019 from the Brazilian team Santos, and in 179 games since then, he has scored 39 goals.
Eight trophies, including two La Liga crowns and one Champions League, have been won by him in his five seasons with the club.
“Real Madrid C. F. and Rodrygo have agreed a contract extension for the player, who will remain at the club until June 30, 2028,” said a statement from the club.
“Rodrygo has been instrumental in many of the trophies Real Madrid have lifted in recent seasons.”
In the 2023 Copa del Rey final, Madrid defeated Osasuna 2-1, and Rodrygo, whose previous contract was set to expire in June 2025, scored both goals and was named MVP of the match.
In 14 games this season for Madrid in all competitions, the Brazil international has netted two goals.
This week, he became the second player from Real Madrid to have their contract extended. Vinícius Júnior signed a new contract with the club on Tuesday, which runs through June 2027.