Real Madrid defender Eder Militao has signed a contract extension with the Spanish club until the summer of 2028.
Real Madrid announced on Tuesday that Brazilian defender Eder Militao has extended his contract until 2028.
A short statement on the club website read: “Real Madrid and Eder Militao have agreed to extend their player’s contract with the club until 30 June 2028.”
The 26-year-old Militao suffered an ACL knee injury during the opening match of the La Liga season and is unlikely to play again this season.
Militao began his career at São Paulo, before joining Porto in 2018. After one season in Portugal, he joined Real Madrid for a reported transfer fee of €50 million. Militao has won two La Liga titles, the Champions League and the FIFA Club World Cup in 2022.
He played at the 2022 World Cup for Brazil and has scored two goals in 30 matches for his country.
Real Madrid is in second place in La Liga with 51 points after 20 matches, one point behind Girona who has played one more match.