Published: Fri, March 15, 2019
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Real Madrid confirm the signing of Eder Militao

Real Madrid confirm the signing of Eder Militao

The 21-year-old Militão, who moved to Porto from Brazilian side Sao Paulo last summer, has been in top form since arriving European football and has emerged the best defender in Portuguese topflight for the fourth time in February.

Real Madrid have officially confirmed the signing of Brazilian defender Eder Militao.

Real and FC Porto have reached an agreement over the transfer of Eder Militao, whose deal with the 13-time UEFA Champions League winners will run until 2025.

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He will now become Madrid's first summer signing for Zinedine Zidane, after the Spanish club agreed to pay his €50m buyout clause.

Militao, who can also play at right-back and has been capped once by Brazil, reinforces a Real defence that has often been diminished by injuries this season. It stands out for its speed, placement and ability to anticipate.

A man who made his senior worldwide debut for Brazil in September 2018 will join a defensive unit in Spain which has been far from watertight this season.

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That will mean a significant profit for Porto on a player they signed previous year from Sao Paulo in his homeland.

He has enjoyed considerable success in that role before and will be hoping to see Militao help to deliver more once welcomed into the Real fold.

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