Real Madrid told to pay 30m+ for priority goal keeper


The Valdebebas is experiencing an emergency. Tomorrow marks Real Madrid’s opening La Liga match of the year, although they are currently without a reliable goalkeeper.

Yesterday during practice, Thibaut Courtois unfortunately damaged his ACL. Later this week, he will have surgery, and it is anticipated that he will miss the majority of the ensuing season as he recovers.
Furthermore, Andriy Lunin’s persistent exit links show skepticism about his capacity to succeed as the team’s full-time starter.

Yassine Bounou of Sevilla has emerged as a top contender in the administration’s search for a new goalkeeper.

ESPN’s Rodrigo Faez has claims that the Seville-based team is demanding more than €30 million for him.