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Courtois renews with Real Madrid until 2026

Courtois renews with Real Madrid until 2026

Belgian goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois signed the renewal of his contract with Real Madrid until June 30, 2026, a club he has defended since arriving from Chelsea in 2018.

Courtois, 29, reached an agreement to extend his relationship and finish developing his career at Real Madrid, a team of which he has become a benchmark, undisputed starter and one of the pillars both with Zinedine Zidane and on the return of Carlo Ancelotti.

Real Madrid extends its renewal policy to players who are providing good performance and after reaching an agreement with the Belgian goalkeeper, the renewal was sealed with the signing of a contract at Real Madrid City.

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The agreement was staged with the image of President Florentino Pérez along with Courtois, who received a shirt with his name and the number 2026 as the number.

Three years ago, on August 9, 2018, Courtois was presented as a new Real Madrid player at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium. «I am very happy to be in the best club in the world and I am looking forward to starting with this challenge. I had never kissed a shield until today, I feel like I am where I want to be, “he commented in his first words as a Madrid player.

Since then, the Belgian international has played 130 games for Real Madrid, distributed among the hundred recently completed in the League, 24 in the Champions League, three in the Spanish Super Cup, two in the Club World Cup and one in the Copa del Rey. .

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He has won three titles: a League, a World Cup and a Spanish Super Cup, and individual awards such as ‘The Best’ for the FIFA goalkeeper in 2018 and the ‘Zamora Trophy’ of the 2019-20 League.

Courtois was formed in the ranks of the Belgian Genk, a club in which he began to emerge between 2008 and 2010 to reach Atlético de Madrid, where he played three seasons between 2011 and 2014 on loan from Chelsea, with whose team he played the next four campaigns before reaching his goal of returning to Spanish football and playing for Real Madrid. EFE (HN)

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