Real Madrid Faces the Departure Threat of Andriy Lunin
Lunin's Future with Los Blancos Remains Uncertain: Tension Between Brilliance and Sitting on the Bench.
One of Real Madrid's stars is increasingly under the threat of leaving the team during the upcoming winter transfer window. Ukrainian goalkeeper Andriy Lunin is currently in good standing with Los Blancos. However, he is concerned about the possibility of returning to the substitute bench.
In his recent statements, coach Carlo Ancelotti, who oversees the royal team, confirmed that Lunin was ready to step in when the primary goalkeeper, Kepa, was injured. Still, with the return of the Spanish goalkeeper, Lunin would go back to being part of the starting lineup.
According to reports from "Defensa Central," Lunin intends to give himself enough time to explore his fate with Real Madrid until next January. If not given regular playing opportunities, as Ancelotti previously stated, the Ukrainian goalkeeper plans to request a transfer during the winter transfer window.
Reports also suggest Ancelotti's lack of complete confidence in Lunin's ability to assume the role of the primary goalkeeper, despite his outstanding performance in recent times. The report indicates that Florentino Pérez, President of Real Madrid, will not approve Lunin's departure in January unless the team secures a backup goalkeeper.
It is worth noting that Andriy Lunin's contract with Real Madrid is set to expire in the summer of 2024. There have been rumors linking the Ukrainian goalkeeper to potential moves to clubs such as Borussia Dortmund and Bayer Leverkusen.
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