Kepa’s Future Brightens as Real Madrid Consider Permanent Deal

Real Madrid’s quest for a new starting goalkeeper following Thibaut Courtois’ anterior cruciate ligament rupture in August led them to secure Kepa Arrizabalaga on a season-long loan from Chelsea.

Kepa’s initial tenure in the Spanish capital was marked by difficulties, but the 29-year-old has shown significant improvement in recent weeks, earning praise from the Real Madrid hierarchy, as reported by Diario AS. His performances have impressed and “earned credit” within the club.

The possibility of Kepa staying at Real Madrid on a permanent basis is becoming increasingly likely. Club decision-makers appear inclined to retain him as a backup to Courtois, and the Spanish goalkeeper is eager to continue his journey with the club.

Should Kepa’s stay become permanent, it is almost certain that Andriy Lunin will seek new opportunities. With his contract expiring at the end of the season, it makes sense for Lunin to explore other options, as it appears that Kepa is set to cement his place as the primary choice goalkeeper for Real Madrid.

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