Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has revealed the club’s transfer policy while unveiling new summer signing Andriy Lunin.
During the presentation of new goalkeeper Lunin, Perez emphasized how the Bernabeu side are sticking to their philosophy in the transfer market.
The 19-year-old Ukraine international signed a six-year contract with the European champions from Zorya Luhansk.
“Little by little we are laying the foundations of our team’s present and future,” said the club president.
“We want to incorporate the young talent that will shape the future, players who aspire to the maximum.”
“After the last big titles, we will continue to be loyal to our way of understanding this sport, that has given us so much success.”
“Our club has built its myth and its legend on the basis that no one ever surrenders and we must always aspire to everything.”
“Here the titles have been conquered with humility, work and commitment, and we face our challenges together and as a team.”
Lunin, who is said to cost Real Madrid €14m, has now become the third signing this summer after Álvaro Odriozola and Vinicius Jr.