The Argentine has started life at Santiago Bernabeu with four wins from four matches, and will now continue on a long-term basis
Solari has signed a three-year deal to remain Real Madrid manager through the 2020-21 season.
The acting boss after Julen Lopetegui’s sacking, Solari has led Madrid to four wins from four games in charge thus far.
As Madrid’s quest for a permanent boss from outside the club failed to yield good result, Solari has impressed by returning an air of calm to the dressing room following an unrestrained period under Lopetegui.
The Argentine manager has now signed a contract confirming he and his staff will remain in control at Santiago Bernabeu for the rest of the current season, and two more subsequent campaigns after that.
Madrid’s quest for a new manager at first focused on former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte, but the Italian ultimately ruled himself out of the running until at least the end of the current season.
In the time being Solari, who had formerly been in charge of Madrid’s team B, began attaining results that his predecessor had failed to achieve.
Last week’s Champions League win at Viktoria Plzen marked the first time all season that Madrid had won three straight games, and the Blancos followed that up by defeating Celta Vigo 4-2 on Sunday.
“The truth is that we are very happy with him,” Madrid director Emilio Butragueno told Movistar+ after the win at Celta.
“There is no doubt that he came at a very particular moment and has been able to achieve very good results.”
The victory at Celta gave Solari four wins from four games in charge, with 15 goals scored and just two conceded.
Those four wins have come in three different competitions, with three of them coming away from home.
Solari has as well been able to successfully integrate fresh faces like Thibaut Courtois, Vinicius Jr, Alvaro Odriozola and Sergio Reguilon into the side.
“This team has nothing to do with [Lopetegui’s side],” a Madrid source told Goal.
Provided with a new deal, Solari will look to keep Madrid’s run going against Eibar on November 24.