Real Madrid goalkeeper Andriy Lunin desire to stay at the club next season

Andriy Lunin’s contract with the Los Blancos will expire at the end of the next season.

Real Madrid goalkeeper Andriy Lunin is likely to stay with the club at the end of the season despite knowing the comeback of Thibaut Courtois who is recovering from the injury.

Courtois was ruled out of action for the entire season in August after tearing the ACL in his left knee. Los Blancos signed Kepa Arrizabalaga on loan as a temporary replacement for Courtois.

Andriy Lunin spoke to El Chiringuito, “I understood perfectly that they signed another goalkeeper.  The Ukrainian added when he was asked about the future in La Liga, “I don’t even know, I would like to stay.”

Lunin will turn 25 and started nine of Madrid’s last 11 La Liga games. He joined the club as a teenager back in 2018 from Ukrainian side Zorya Luhansk. The young talent has not been regular since his arrival but found some attention from Ancelotti this season.

He spent the loan outing with Leganes, Real Valladolid and Real Oviedo. He has been the chief back- of Courtois in the first-team squad at the Bernabeu.

Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa is getting a nod from the Real Madrid manager. He had a small injury so Lunin got a chance in early November. He also started in the Copa del Rey derby against Atletico Madrid, and the Supercopa final against Barcelona.

His contract with the Los Blancos will expire at the end of the next season. Kepa will go back to Chelsea in the summer and Courtois will also be back in action after the recovery.

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