Last season was undoubtedly Nacho’s best in a Real Madrid shirt, finally making the breakthrough into the first team that he had been patiently waiting for, and the club will recognize that by way of a pay rise.
The defender played more games and scored more goals than ever before with 42 first team appearances.
Always ready to go and following orders, the Spaniard was a key piece of the jigsaw in Los Blancos’ success and the club now want to repay him.
After the World Cup comes to an end for Spain in Russia, an announcement will be made to confirm an improved contract which has been negotiated behind closed doors for some time.
Nacho will jump up the pay scale at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, earning four million euros per season.
Directors see it as a moment of recognition and thanks for his dedication and commitment with the current situation showing that he is happy at the club, feeling important to the team.