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Real Madrid demands a permanent move of goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga

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Real Madrid is reportedly looking to secure Kepa Arrizabalaga from Chelsea on a permanent deal. Thus, possibly offering a player as part of the exchange. Additionally, a co-owner of West Ham is considering selling some of her shares. Meanwhile, Manchester United faces the potential departure of three players on free transfers. Meanwhile, striker Vinicius Jr. has agreed to a new contract with an enormous release clause.

There is speculation that Real Madrid could secure the services of on-loan Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga in the winter transfer window. With a possible part-exchange deal being on the cards.

Kepa Arrizabalaga is reportedly a candidate for a permanent transfer to the Madrid club. That is after having made a positive impression during his loan term with the Spanish club.

The Spanish goalkeeper is okay with moving to Real Madrid permanently

Kepa Arrizabalaga, aged 29, was brought to Real Madrid for the season during the summer transfer window. That is despite getting the status as Chelsea’s first-choice goalkeeper in the previous season.

Kepa turned out as a top target of Los Blancos after Thibaut Courtois. Courtois is also ex-Chelsea player, and suffered a grave knee injury at the start of the current season.

As per reports, Kepa would prefer a permanent stay at Real Madrid. Rather than a return to Stamford Bridge and thus it appears that the goalkeeper could see his desire fulfilled in the upcoming year.

Real Madrid is open to paying up to £17.5 million for Kepa Arrizabalaga. Meanwhile, there are also plans to include Andriy Lunin, as part of the deal.

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