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According to Palco23, Real Madrid and Fly Emirates have renewed the sponsorship agreement for their shirt in a new agreement worth 70 million euros during each of the next five years. The new agreement, for a total of 280 million euros, will be the most lucrative sponsorship agreement ever seen in the world of football. Place with Chevrolet until 2021.

The new sponsorship agreement for the Madrid shirt with Emirates is already signed.

According to the website, the relevant documents were signed by Madrid and Emirates in the summer, but the extension has not yet been made official. Two of the conditions in the new contract include the installation of four LED advertising banners in both goal areas at the Santiagio Bernabéu stadium, as well as advertising on the team’s training team.

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With the sponsorship of Emirates insured, Madrid will now negotiate new terms with another of its main sponsors, Adidas. According to Palco23, Real Madrid will sign a new agreement worth 105 million euros, surpassing the record transaction that Barcelona signed with Nike. Several months ago, Football Leaks reported that Adidas had offered Madrid an agreement worth 70 million fixed euros plus an additional 30 million euros for commercialization.

Top 10 Real Madrid players of all time

Real Madrid have confirmed that Cristiano Ronaldo is set to join Italian champions Juventus in a stunning £105m transfer this summer.

The 33-year-old leaves the Bernabeu with his legacy secure as one of the club’s all-time greats, having won four Champions Leagues and four Ballons d’Or during his nine years in Madrid.

But where does he rank in the long list of legends belonging to the world’s biggest football club.

Scroll down to see our opinion on the top 10 Real Madrid players of all time.

10. Roberto Carlos (1996-2007)

One of the best left-backs in football history, Brazil’s Roberto Carlos was a worthy member of Madrid’s Galacticos.

Honours with Madrid: 3x Champions League, 4x LaLiga

Honours with Madrid: 3x Champions League, 4x LaLiga

9. Luis Figo (2000-2005)

After signing from Barcelona, Portuguese right winger Figo made himself a star for rivals Real Madrid.

Honours with Madrid: 1x Champions League, 2x LaLiga

Honours with Madrid: 1x Champions League, 2x LaLiga

8. Iker Casillas (1999-2015)

Having joined Real at the age of nine, World Cup winning ‘keeper Casillas is Los Blancos through and through.

Honours with Madrid: 3x Champions League, 5x LaLiga, 2x Copa del Rey

Honours with Madrid: 3x Champions League, 5x LaLiga, 2x Copa del Rey

7. Francisco Gento (1953-1971)

An exceptional left winger throughout the 50s and 60s, Spain’s Gento is the only player in history to win six European Cups.

Honours with Madrid: 6x European Cup, 12x LaLiga, 2x Copa del Rey

Honours with Madrid: 6x European Cup, 12x LaLiga, 2x Copa del Rey

6. Ferenc Puskas (1958-1966)

One of the greatest strikers ever to play the game, Hungarian Ferenc Puskas was a huge success at Madrid.

Honours with Madrid: 3x European Cup, 5x LaLiga, 1x Copa del Rey

Honours with Madrid: 3x European Cup, 5x LaLiga, 1x Copa del Rey

5. Raul (1994-2010)

When Atletico Madrid closed their academy to save money, 15-year-old Raul joined Real and went on to play 741 games for the club.

Honours with Madrid: 3x Champions League, 6x LaLiga

Honours with Madrid: 3x Champions League, 6x LaLiga

4. Ronaldo (2002-2007)

A Galactico striker to end all Galactico strikers, Brazilian Ronaldo is up there with the greatest number nines in history.

Honours with Madrid: 2x LaLiga

Honours with Madrid: 2x LaLiga

3. Zinedine Zidane (2001-2006)

French attacking midfielder Zizou was an icon and the best player of his generation. He also returned to the club as manager and won three consecutive Champions Leagues.

Honours with Madrid: 1x Champions League, 1x LaLiga

Honours with Madrid: 1x Champions League, 1x LaLiga

2. Alfredo Di Stefano (1953-1964)

A five-time European Cup winning striker, Argentinian born Di Stefano is integral to the history of Real Madrid.

Honours with Madrid: 5x European Cup, 8x LaLiga, 1x Copa del Rey

Honours with Madrid: 5x European Cup, 8x LaLiga, 1x Copa del Rey

1. Cristiano Ronaldo (2009-2018)

Ronaldo has to top the lot, despite there being room for debate (thanks to Lionel Messi) over whether he’s the best of his era. The Portuguese winger is still surely the greatest footballer Real Madrid have ever had.

Honours with Madrid: 4x Champions League, 2x LaLiga, 2x Copa del Rey

Honours with Madrid: 4x Champions League, 2x LaLiga, 2x Copa del Rey

Real madrid top scorers all time
Karim Benzema
194 per goal

972 played

5 goals scored

1 assists

Shooting in targetTotal 46%
12
26
Gareth Bale
202 per goal

809 played

4 goals scored

3 assists

Shooting in targetTotal 38%
sixteen
42
Marcelo
253 per goal

758 played

3 goals scored

1 assists

Shooting in targetTotal 40%
4
10
Isco
283 per goal

565 played

2 goals scored

1 assists

Shooting in targetTotal 54%
7
13
Sergio Ramos
450 per goal

900 played

2 goals scored

0 assists

Shooting in targetTotal 58%
7
12
Marco Asensio
719 per goal

719 played

1 goals scored

1 assists

Shooting in targetTotal 44%
7
sixteen
Daniel Carvajal
450 per goal

450 played

1 goals scored

1 assists

Shots in targetTotal 50%
two
4
Mariano
51 per goal

51 played

1 goals scored

0 assists

Shooting in targetTotal 20%
one
5

Real madrid top earning players

Thibaut Courtois 26 New signing 2024-06-30

Keylor Navas 31 £ 85,000 2020-06-30

Kiko Casilla 31 £ 30,000 2020-06-30

Andriy Lunin 19 New signing 2024-06-30

Luca Zidane 20 2019-06-30

Sergio Ramos 32 £ 200,000 2020-06-30

Raphaël Varane 25 £ 100,000 New deal 2022-06-30

Jesus Vallejo 21 2021-06-30

Alvaro Odriozola 22 2024-06-30

Nacho Fernández 28 £ 70,000 2020-06-30

Marcelo 30 £ 200,000 New deal 2022-06-30

Daniel Carvajal 26 £ 85,000 2020-06-30

Casemiro 26 £ 90,000 New deal 2021-06-30

Marcos Llorente 23 2021-06-30

Toni Kroos 28 £ 200,000 New deal 2022-06-30

Luka Modric 32 £ 180,000 2020-06-30

Dani Ceballos 22 £ 20,000 2023-06-30

Federico Valverde 20 2021-06-30

Isco 26 £ 115,000 New deal 2022-06-30

Marco Asensio 22 £ 75,000 New deal 2023-06-30

Vinicius Junior 18 £ 40,000 New signing 2025-06-30

Gareth Bale 29 £ 350,000 2022-06-30

Karim Benzema 30 £ 150,000 New deal 2021-06-30

Lucas Vázquez 27 £ 60,000 2021-06-30

Borja Mayoral 21 £ 10,000 2021-06-30

Raul de Tomas 23 Promoted 2023-06-30

The football club Viktoria Plzeň (pronounced [vɪktorja pl̩zɛɲ]), commonly known as Viktoria Plzeň or simply Plzeň, is a Czech professional football club based in Plzeň. They currently play in the First Czech League, the first football division in the country.

As runner-up in the 1970-71 Czechoslovakia Cup, the club won the right to play in the Cup of Winners of the Cup the following season, as the Spartak Trnava winners also won the championship and played in the European Cup. In 2010, they played in the UEFA Europa League after winning the 2009-10 Czech Cup. [one]

The club won the Czech league for the first time in 2011, [2] and took part in the 2011-12 UEFA Champions League group stage, during which they won their first Champions League match, [3] earning five points and qualified for the Round of 32 in the 2011-12 UEFA Europa League. The club won its second Czech league title in the 2012-13 season.

In 2013-2014, the club participated in the group stage of the UEFA Champions League and finished third. Then they reached the round of 16 in the UEFA Europa League before being eliminated by Lyon.

Viktoria Plzen Squad

Goalkeepers
POS NO NAME APPLICATION FOR AGE WITH GC AND FC FA YC RC
G 1 Matús Kozácik 34 2 0 13 7 0 0 0 0 0 0
G 16 Ales Hruska 32 1 0 6 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
G 29 Dominik Svácek 21 – – – – – – – – – –
Field players
POS NO NAME APPLICATION FOR AGE SUBIN G AND SH ST FC FA YC RC
D 2 Lukás Hejda 28 3 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 1 0
D 4 Roman Hubník 34 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 1 0
D 8 David Limbersky 35 3 0 0 1 4 0 4 1 2 0
D 14 Radim Rezník 29 3 0 0 0 2 2 3 3 0 0
D 21 Tomas Hajek 26 – – – – – – – – – –
D 28 Marian Cisovsky 38 – – – – – – – – – –
D 36 Filip Čihák 19 – – – – – – – – – – –
D 44 Ludek Pernica 28 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
M 6 Roman Prochazka 29 2 0 0 0 2 1 3 1 0 0
M 7 Tomas Horava 30 3 1 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 0
M 9 Martin Zeman 29 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0
M 10 Jan Kopic 28 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
M 11 Milan Petrzela 35 1 0 0 0 3 1 0 2 0 0
M 17 Patrik Hrosovsky 26 3 0 1 0 2 1 3 1 0 0
M 19 Jan Kovarik 30 2 0 0 0 1 0 3 3 1 0
M 20 Pavel Bucha 20 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
M 24 Milan Havel 24 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
M 25 Ales Cermak 24 2 1 0 1 0 0 2 2 0 0
M 26 Daniel Kolár 33 2 1 0 0 2 1 2 1 0 0
F 15 Michal Krmencik 25 3 0 2 0 8 3 4 8 0 0
F 18 Tomas Chory 23 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
F 37 Jakub Reznicek 30 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 0
F 90 Ubong Ekpai 23 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

David Limbersky
FC Viktoria Plzen
Czech Republic06.10.198341121309431
Milan Petrzela
FC Viktoria Plzen
Czech Republic19.06.198334546595611
Daniel Kolar
FC Viktoria Plzen
Czech Republic27.10.198531182253500
Frantisek Rajtoral
Czech Republic12.03.198623526222420
Marek Bakos
Spartak Trnava
Slovakia15.04.198323277163411
Pavel Horvath
Retired
Czech Republic22.04.197522743514110
Václav Procházka
FC Banik Ostrava
Czech Republic08.05.198422211113313
Matus Kozacik
FC Viktoria Plzen
Slovakia27.12.1983221001200
Tomas Horava
FC Viktoria Plzen
Czech Republic29.05.198821037172710
Michal Duris
Anorthosis Famagusta
Slovakia01.06.198820551171820
Radim Reznik
FC Viktoria Plzen
Czech Republic20.01.198919710172510
Jan Kovarik
FC Viktoria Plzen
Czech Republic19.06.198819320241000
Patrik Hrosovsky
FC Viktoria Plzen
Slovakia22.04.19921789161400
Lukas Hejda
FC Viktoria Plzen
Czech Republic09.03.19901711452601
Tomás Rada
Loko Vltavin
Czech Republic28.09.1983142533710
Roman Hubnik
FC Viktoria Plzen
Czech Republic06.06.1984142532410
Jan Kopic
FC Viktoria Plzen
Czech Republic04.06.199012519281320
Martin Fillo
FC Banik Ostrava
Czech Republic07.02.198612420102020
Petr Jiracek
FC FASTAV Zlin
Czech Republic02.03.198611512111800
Marian Cisovsky
FC Viktoria Plzen
Slovakia02.11.19791051741212
Michael Krmencik
FC Viktoria Plzen
Czech Republic15.03.19939847141510
Frantisek Sevinsky
Retired
Czech Republic31.03.19799552910
Stanislav Tecl
SK Slavia Prag
Czech Republic01.09.1990912610100
Vladimir Darida
Hertha BSC
Czech Republic08.08.19909117181601
Jan Rezek
1.FK Pribram
Czech Republic05.05.19828719121400

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