Real Madrid President Florentino Pérez now officially re-elected as President of Los Blancos until 2025 for a fifth consecutive term.
The Spanish international has been at the helm since 1st June, 2009. He took over from Vicente Boluda and has a net worth of US $2.3 billion.
He had earlier held the same position from 16th July 2000 to 27th February, 2006.
The real man behind Madrid’s star-studded ‘Galácticos’ era in his first spell in charge between 2000-2006.
In his second term, he acquired Cristiano Ronaldo and Kaka from Manchester United and AC Milan respectively.
Karim Benzema was another influential signing from Olympique Lyonnais.
In 2010, Jose Mourinho was announced as Club Manager of Real Madrid and attracted players like Di Maria and Mesut Ozil; who later on become influential players in the side.
Florentino Pérez has won 26 trophies in 18 years as Club President
This includes five Champions League titles, 5 FIFA Club World Cup titles, 4 European Super Cups, 5 La Liga titles.
Pérez was also influential in the signings of Gareth Bale from Tottenham in 2013.
The BBC Trio, formed under Pérez’s presidency which won many titles and scored important and match winning goals for the club.
The consistency in performances helped Los Blancos win the La Decima finally since winning the UEFA Champions League title last in 2001-02.
The domestic cup competition tally is also very impressive with them winning 2 Copa Del Rey honors and 5 Spanish Super Cup titles.
Real Madrid currently are 2nd in the La Liga standings with a point’s difference against table toppers, Atlético Madrid.
Los Blancos also leads the Champions League quarterfinal 3-1 with the second leg against Liverpool set to play on Wednesday 14th April.
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