Perez remains on for four years president of Real Madrid
Florentino Perez will also continue in the next four years president of Real Madrid, the Spanish club announced Monday.
The 70-year-old Spaniard again had no rival in the presidential election and was, therefore, upon the expiration of the registration term, Sunday at midnight, automatically re-elected.
The former building contractor starts his fifth term as the boss of the Spanish powerhouse. Perez took the hand over his responsibilities in 2000 from Lorenzo Sanz and led with spectacular expenditure of a new era.
After a few disappointing years, stepped Pérez in 2006, however, three years later, to return again and again. The Spaniard broke transferrecords by first Cristiano Ronaldo (94 million euros), and later Gareth Bale (100 million) to the Spanish capital.
With which superstars Real Madrid won in the past four seasons, three times in the Champions League. This season was the club for the 33rd time in its history champion of Spain.
One of the main challenges of Perez at the beginning of his fifth term to Ronaldo for his club to retain.
The 32-year-old Portuguese has indicated to wish to return to Spain, where he is sued because of alleged tax fraud. It comes to an amount of 15 million euro.