Real Madrid Desperate to prove himself

Lunin,
Lunin, ANGEL RIVERO

As is so often the case with promising young footballers who are loaned out, Andriy Lunin has struggled to find continuity since joining Real Madrid, however he has admitted that he maintains contact with those at Los Blancos in the hope of returning there in the future.

Signed as the long-term heir to Keylor Navas, the former Dnipro stopper has found all of his loan spells out problematic, and has also seen Thibaut Courtois arrive in the Spanish capital.

“I don’t speak on a daily basis with Real Madrid, but we’re in contact together, me and the goalkeeping coach,” Lunin explained.

“Coming to Oviedo has been like I expected, but it can always get better.

“The sensations in the stadium are spectacular because it always squeezed full by supporters, that helps us a lot.”

Despite the aforementioned arrival of Belgium’s first choice goalkeeper, Lunin retains hope of returning to Los Merengues and challenging for the starting job.

“I want to prove what I’m worth,” he said.

“In the first match I lacked minutes and communication, but we’ve improved since then and the five matches have helped me recover the feeling of being a starter.

“I can be better, I’m working on being better.”


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