Today, Saturday, there were reports in the press that Real Madrid (Spain) have managed to sign a new goalkeeper who will join the Royal Club’s first football team during the current summer transfer period.
The Royal Club are looking to maintain their goalkeeping position with a strong goalkeeper after Thibaut Courtois, the club’s first football team goalkeeper, suffered an ACL injury, meaning his season with Al Maringha ends before it even starts.
Real Madrid have decided to sign a new goalkeeper
The Relivo newspaper reported that Kepa will become the new goalkeeper of Real Madrid in the new season, with whom the royal club will soon begin their first meeting.
English press reports diverged on the buyout clause as everyone agreed that the transfer was on a year’s loan, but the difference was the Royal Club’s right to include a player on a permanent basis if they wished after the loan period ended.
Notably, the goalkeeping position at Chelsea should have witnessed a major struggle between the two Spanish goalkeepers, Kiba, and Roberto Sanchez, who recently joined Chelsea at Chelsea, but it became clear that he would be the main goalkeeper. for the London club in the new season following Kiba’s departure.