Due to an ACL tear, Thibaut Courtois will be out for the majority of the season.
As a result, Andriy Lunin is the only senior goalkeeper still in good condition at Real Madrid, forcing them to look for a replacement.
Here are 4 potential replacements for Madrid:
- David de Gea
Is De Gea finally going to transfer to the Santiago Bernabéu?
Given that he is now a free agent following his unexpected departure from Manchester United, this is the move that benefits everyone the greatest.
De Gea has already expressed interest in joining Los Blancos and may even sign a short-term contract to make the transfer possible before making a decision next summer.
Is this the obvious answer, with no pesky fax machines to hinder him this time?
2. Kepa Arrizabalaga:
It does appear likely that the most expensive goalkeeper in the world will depart Chelsea this summer.
Due to Manuel Neuer’s continued recovery from injury and Bayern Munich’s own goalkeeping injury issues, the German club had already expressed interest in signing him.
Additionally, according to Relevo, Kepa is popular at Real and will be taken into consideration.
Courtois is still the club’s primary goalkeeper, thus a loan agreement with Chelsea may potentially be brought up.
According to rumors in Spanish media, Sevilla’s number one is another name that is currently being explored at the club.
His future with the Europa League champions was already in doubt, and this summer, he is yet another name that has been connected to Bayern Munich.
Victor Orta, the sporting director, stated, “He’s one of the top goalkeepers in the world, but we haven’t had any offers for him. “What is his price? I’m not going to disclose prices.
There is a rumor that a deal for the Moroccan could cost Los Blancos a lot of money.
4. Keylor Navas
Could Real, in their search for a new number one, turn to a club legend?
Before departing for PSG in 2019, Navas, of course, won every major award available to him while playing in the Spanish capital.
He impressed while on loan at Nottingham Forest during the second half of the previous season, aiding them in keeping their Premier League position.
Another brief shift to comfortable surroundings might be advantageous for all parties.