Inter was interested in Lunin, but the Ukrainian intends to extend his contract with Real Madrid – media

The demand for the Ukrainian, who had a strong season, is still high

Inter Lately I’ve shown interest in Andrey Lunin as a possible backup/competitor for the goalkeeper Jan Sommer. However, according to Italian media, the Ukrainian plans to extend his contract with Real.

Finding a new goalkeeper is one of the priorities for the Italian champion for the coming summer. One of the main candidates for this role is 26-year-old Josep Martinez from Genoa. Also in the press are the names of Bento (Atlético Paranaense), Maduka Okoye (Udinese). In addition, the Milanese club is counting on the progress of its goalkeeper Filip Stankovic, who spent the past season with Sampdoria.

As for Lunin, back in May it was reported that the Ukrainian would sign a contract until 2029. The contract will also stipulate an increase in wages. However, negotiations between Andrei and the club are not progressing easily. According to recent information, the Ukrainian goalkeeper doubts the advisability of extending the agreement.

Back in April, it was reported about offers to the Ukrainian from Manchester United, Bayern and PSG (the Parisians were allegedly ready to pay 18 million euros for the goalkeeper). Representatives of Atlético, Betis, and Juventus also got in touch with Real.

It was recently reported that Aston Villa coach Unai Emery personally held negotiations with Cream on a possible transfer of Lunin. It was noted that the English club is ready to offer about 25 million euros for the Ukrainian.

Lunin has played 31 matches for Real Madrid in all competitions this season. The goalkeeper conceded 32 goals and kept 12 clean sheets.

Real Madrid became champions of Spain ahead of schedule. Carlo Ancelotti’s team also triumphed in the Champions League. Inter confidently took first place in Serie A.

Source: Sportarena

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