Real Madrid goalkeeper Andriy Lunin has acknowledged that for a player in his place, the task he wishes to play at the Bernabeu is the most troublesome in world football.
International Ukraine aspires to turn into the main decision No.1 with Los Blancos and is as of now out on loan with the Segunda Division outfit Oviedo to gain understanding and develop itself as a player to that end.
The 21-year-old wants to turn into the No.1 for both the club and the nation regardless of whether that means being forced to bear some harsh analysis. His ambition, in any case, is to challenge Thibaut Courtois for regular game time in the Spanish capital, however, he appreciates that it may be an ungrateful occupation, with legendary figures like Iker Casillas being sneered when he took up that job in years past.
Asked by AS if the toughest challenge for a goalkeeper is playing in goal for Real Madrid, he answered: “Yes. There have always been and there will always be pundits. It’s natural and a few people accept the weight rests with them. I got the chance to assist me with the coach, the coaching staff, and my team-mates. I do manage well the analysis.”
Meanwhile he announced that Andriy Shevchenko, the previous Milan and Chelsea striker who won the 2004 Ballon d’Or, helped him a ton.
After playing the supportive role in the primary half of the campaign at Valladolid, Lunin changed to Oviedo in January.
He has rapidly established himself as the No.1 in the relegation-threatened squad after starring five times for Leganes in La Liga last year and expectations he will have the option to persuade Zinedine Zidane to take him back to Madrid for next season.
Lunin trusts that he will have the option to show his level so that Zidane realizes that he has to return to Madrid, that he has one progressively decision.