Nacho pens long-term Real deal

Real Madrid have handed breakthrough defender Nacho Fernandez a new six-year contract at the Bernabeu.

Last Updated: 03/07/14 at 23:02 Post Comment

Nacho Fernandez: Signed new six-year deal at Real Madrid

Nacho Fernandez: Signed new six-year deal at Real Madrid

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The 24-year-old centre-back broke into the Real first team last season and made 12 Primera Division appearances for the capital club.

A statement published on Real's official website read: "Real Madrid announce Nacho Fernandez's contract has been extended for the next six seasons and will run until the 2020-21 campaign."

Nacho also featured in three Champions League games during a campaign which saw Real go all the way to the final, where they beat city rivals Atletico Madrid to claim the European Cup for the 10th time.

That's his life sorted then. Nice...
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