Cheryshev pens new Real deal

Reported Everton target Denis Cheryshev has signed a new contract with Real Madrid, the Spanish club have confirmed.

Last Updated: 26/07/13 at 17:52 Post Comment

Denis Cheryshev: Won't be heading to Merseyside this year

Denis Cheryshev: Won't be heading to Merseyside this year

Cheryshev had been linked to a host of other sides around Europe as well but the Primera Liga side released a statement saying that he has extended his contract at the Bernabeu.

The club statement said: "Real Madrid CF announce that Denis Cheryshev has extended his contract and he will remain with the first team for the next four seasons."

The midfielder, who has been used as a full-back by Carlo Ancelotti, spent last season playing for Madrid's second string, Castilla, where he scored 11 goals and provided eight assists.

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