Andriy Lunin is officially a Real Madrid goalkeeper, as announced by Los Blancos.
The 19-year-old has signed a contract for the next six seasons and his former club Zorya Luhansk are set to receive 8.5 million euros, plus bonuses that might reach another 4m.
Lunin passed his medical on Friday in Madrid, and subsequently, Julen Lopetegui will make the final decision on whether to keep him as Real Madrid’s third goalkeeper, move him to Real Castilla, or loan him out to acquire more experience.
He will join Vinicius Junior for the team’s preseason preparations – both signings being an indication of Los Blancos new transfer policy.
With the acquisition of another prodigy, Rodrygo Goes from Santos, the club seem willing to comb the market for and strengthen their squad with the best young talents.