Pepe signs new Real Madrid deal

The Portuguese international signed a one year extension which will keep him tied to the Santiago Bernabeu club until June 2017

Real Madrid defender Pepe has committed himself to the club by signing a contract that will expire in 2017.

The Portugal international had entered the final year of his deal and, after Sergio Ramos penned an extension earlier this week, the club have moved to tie down another long-term servant.

Pepe, who joined the Santiago Bernabeu side from Porto in 2007, remains a key part of the side, having featured in 27 Liga games last term.

The 32-year-old has won two league and Copa del Rey titles and lifted the Champions League once with the Santiago Bernabeu club.

Real Madrid and Pepe have agreed the extension of the player’s contract until June 30, 2017. #Pepe2017 #HalaMadrid

— Real Madrid C.F. (@realmadriden) August 21, 2015