Kepa Arrizabalaga wants a permanent move to Real Madrid

According to the official Real Madrid Website, Real Madrid goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga will be out for two weeks related to a minor groin injury suffered soon before Wednesday’s Champions League match against Braga.

The injury occurred during the warm-up, leaving Kepa to sit on the bench while backup goalkeeper Andriy Lunin stepped up to the plate.

Lunin put on an outstanding display against Braga, proving his readiness and dependability. The Ukrainian goalkeeper not only saved a critical penalty early in the game, but he also prevented Braga from scoring late in the game.

Lunin is expected to take over as the team’s primary goalkeeper in the coming weeks, with Kepa on the recovery.

This injury provides a great chance for Lunin to make a huge impression and solidify his spot on the club. With his contract about to expire next summer, the goalkeeper will be ready to show off his abilities and boost his market value.

Real Madrid fans will be watching closely as Lunin seizes this chance to prove himself on the big stage.

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