Kepa Arrizabalaga has been loaned to Real Madrid on the last day of the summer transfer window.
The Spanish goalkeeper joined the Madrid team urgently after the serious injury of the first goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois.
Kepa has become a regular starter at Los Blancos and everyone is happy with the Spaniard’s performances at the Santiago Bernabeu.
The deal between the two clubs is a simple loan of Kepa to Los Blancos, but the Spanish capital have no right or obligation to buy outright.
However, Madrid want Kepa’s permanent transfer and according to what Defensa Central has announced, the Spanish giant is expected to offer a ridiculous amount of 10 million euros for his final purchase.
This amount is considered ridiculous due to the fact that Kepa continues to be the most expensive goalkeeper in history with Chelsea who five years ago paid 80 million euros.
It seems very difficult for Chelsea to accept such an offer, as the Londoners claim to earn much more from the permanent sale of Kepa.