Vinicius Jr. will sign a new four-year contract to stay at Real Madrid through 2026, and Militao will sign a six-year agreement through 2028.
According to Mario Cortegana, a journalist for Marca, Rodrygo will also sign a six-year contract.
After a sensational breakout season in which he scored 22 goals in 52 games across all competitions—including the game-winning goal in the Champions League final victory over Liverpool—Vinicius Jr., 21, has been rewarded with an enhanced deal.
The Brazilian international had been linked to Paris Saint-Germain, but he is expected to stay at the Bernabeu after accepting a reported salary of £34.3 million a season.
In an earlier interview with SporTV, Vinicius Jr. declared: “I will continue in the biggest club in the world.
“This is just the beginning. I have many things to conquer. I hope to have many trophies at the end of my career.”
Rodrygo, a 21-year-old fellow countryman, will also stay with Madrid after scoring nine goals in 49 games the previous season.
After creating a strong defensive partnership with David Alaba last season, Militao, 24, was also rewarded with a new contract.
After they have returned for preseason training in preparation for the upcoming season, all three players are anticipated to sign their new contracts soon.
By including the same significant release clause in each of their new contracts, Real Madrid plans to sign three of its most promising young players to long-term deals.
According to sources, the reigning European and Spanish champions Madrid are planning to add a €1 billion (£861 million) release clause to the contracts of Brazilian trio Vinicius Jr, Rodrygo, and Eder Militao.
According to renowned transfer specialist Fabrizio Romano, by accepting the new contracts, all three players would pledge their careers to Madrid.
On July 23, Madrid will play a preseason friendly against rival Barcelona in Las Vegas, and on August 14, they travel to Almeria for their first La Liga game.
Vincius José Paixo de Oliveira Junior, also known as Vini Jr. or Vini, is a Brazilian professional football player who currently plays as a winger for Real Madrid and the Brazil national team. He was born on July 12, 2000. He is frequently recognized as one of the top wingers in the world of football. He is a skilled, quick, and powerful player.
Vincius, a So Gonçalo native, started his professional career at Flamengo at the age of 16, making his senior debut in 2017. A few weeks later, Vincius was transferred to La Liga team Real Madrid, where he signed for a record-breaking £38 million fee for a U-18 player.
After turning 18, the transfer became official, and Vincius made his club debut in 2018–19. Vincius became a key player for Real Madrid by the end of his fourth season, helping the team win the La Liga championship in 2021–22 and scoring the game-winning goal in the 2022 UEFA Champions League Final.
Brazilian professional footballer Rodrygo Silva de Goes (born 9 January 2001), also known as Rodrygo, plays as a winger for Spanish club Real Madrid and the Brazil national team.
Before joining Real Madrid for €45 million in 2019, he started his career with Santos, where he played 80 games and scored 17 goals. At the age of only 18, Rodrygo made his senior debut for Brazil at the international level in 2019.
Brazilian professional footballer Éder Gabriel Milito (born 18 January 1998) competes for both the Brazil national team and Spanish club Real Madrid. He is primarily a center back but can also play right back or defensive midfielder.
Milito started his career at So Paulo, where he played 57 games over the course of two years before moving on to Porto. He spent one season in Portugal before joining Real Madrid in 2019 for a rumored €50 million transfer price. He won the 2022 Champions League as well as two La Liga championships.
For Brazil, Milito made his senior international debut in 2018. He was a member of their teams in 2019 and 2021 that won the Copa América and finished second.