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Real Madrid completed the signing of Ferland Mendy from Lyon on Wednesday evening

Real Madrid announces the signing of £ 49m from Lyon, left back Ferland Mendy, for a six-year deal, while completing FIFTH signing and spending the summer up to £ 344 million

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Real Madrid announced their fifth signing of the summer on Wednesday evening after completing a deal for Ferland Mendy, the left back of Lyon.

The 24-year-old has signed a six-year contract and has been with Eder Militao, Eden Hazard, Rodrygo and Luka Jovic since the end of the season at Zinedine Zidane.

He will be presented as a Real Madrid player at the Bernabeu on June 19.

Real Madrid completed the signing of Ferland Mendy from Lyon on Wednesday evening

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Real Madrid completed the signing of Ferland Mendy from Lyon on Wednesday evening

His arrival costs the summer spending up to a staggering £ 344 million, with Mendy for £ 49 million.

The spree began in June last year with the purchase of teen Rodrygo from Santos for £ 40 million to complete a deal for £ 43m Porto center-back Eder Militao in March.

Since the end of the season, they have completed the ongoing £ 150 million purchase of Eden Hazard, while £ 62 million Serbian star Luka Jovic was presented at the Bernabeu on Wednesday after his arrival from Frankfurt.

Earlier this week, Didier Deschamps confirmed that Mendy would move to Madrid during this summer period.

The 24-year-old French back injury has signed a contract for six years at the Bernabeu

The 24-year-old French back injury has signed a contract for six years at the Bernabeu

The 24-year-old French back injury has signed a contract for six years at the Bernabeu

Mendy is Real & # 39; s fifth signing of the summer and takes their spending at £ 344million
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Mendy is Real & # 39; s fifth signing of the summer and takes their spending at £ 344million

Mendy is Real & # 39; s fifth signing of the summer and takes their spending at £ 344million

& # 39; Two years ago he was in the second division and now he will play at Real Madrid & # 39 ;, he said before Andorra's France's 4-0 Euro 2020 qualifying win.

& # 39; He can play on both sides and his development is amazing. & # 39;

Real wants to rebuild after a disappointing campaign that ended them without a trophy and went through three managers.

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