In a Q&A with her fans on Instagram Andriy Lunin’s wife, Anastacia, has confirmed that if given a good enough offer, he could leave Real Madrid.
Carlo Ancelotti has had to make several goalkeeper changes this season following Thibaut Courtois’s season-ending injury. While Courtois is unquestionably Ancelotti’s first choice, the Italian manager secured a late loan deal for Kepa from Chelsea in the summer transfer market.
Despite Kepa’s past struggles at Stamford Bridge, he has performed well in Madrid, benefiting all parties involved.
However, Kepa is likely to be sidelined with a muscle injury until December, leading Lunin to continue deputizing. Lunin was called into the starting XI for the recent Champions League victory over Braga, where he saved a penalty and kept a clean sheet.
Despite his sudden increase in responsibility, his squad status in Madrid remains unchanged.
Andriy Lunin’s wife, Anastacia, has confirmed they are prepared to leave the Spanish capital if he is offered a first-team role elsewhere.