Los Blancos sign a three-year extension.
Spanish giants Real Madrid renewed their partnership with health and wellness service provider Sanitas on Tuesday.
The three-year extension will see Sanitas continue to provide Real Madrid with medical assistance, health assistance, diagnostic testing and technological assistance to the players.
Speaking about the deal, Sanitas and Bupa CEO, the parent company of Sanitas, Iñaki Peralta, stated:
“It’s a privilege to offer the best male and female players in the world with digital medicine services. We’ve been the club’s official medical provider for the past two decades and we therefore feel as if we’ve played a small part in the successes that Real Madrid have had in this time and those that I’m sure lie ahead.”
Real Madrid will see the Spanish health services company partner them till the end of 2024, strengthening the partnership which has run nearly for two decades, having first signed up in 2003. Along with providing medical care and assistance, Sanitas also enjoys branding on the club’s digital platforms.
Sanitas is a subsidiary of Bupa, one of the leading international healthcare companies who serves more than 16.5 million customers, 10 million patients with a purpose to provide the necessary means to have a longer, healthier and happier life.