Real Madrid has confirmed another signing this summer, according to the report in the Spanish media.
The capital club has welcomed Ukrainian teenage goalkeeper Andriy Lunin from Zorya Luhansk.
Lunin will be the Bernabeu outfit third choice after a loan move has been ruled out after the goalkeeper was presented on Monday.
“Thanks to everyone in Madrid and especially to Florentino for giving me the opportunity to compete at the best club in the world,” he told his official unveiling.
“I am delighted to be working with the best and I also want to thank my family because, thanks to them also, I am here.
“I am committed to giving my all with the hope of growing and doing my bit for Real to always be the best.
“I identify with the values of this club, of work and perseverance, and I want to return those feelings to these fans and this club.”
Perez defined Lunin’s arrival as part of Madrid’s ongoing planning for the future.
“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.
“Lunin was wanted many teams but he wanted to be clear that he knew where he wanted to be. He has already shown why he is one of the great goalkeepers of the future.”