Genuine Madrid administrator, Zinedine Zidane, has couldn’t help contradicting the board over the job of his child, Luca, at the club, Marca reports.
Thibaut Courtois has built up himself as their No.1, however Zidane has told back-up goalkeeper, Keylor Navas, he can leave the club this mid year.
Zidane was told by club executive, Jose Angel Sanchez and Juni Calafat, that they would have a first-decision goalkeeper and a youthful back-up next season.
The Frenchman has pursued the club’s desires, by advising Navas his future lies somewhere else, in a gathering at their preparation ground a week ago.
Be that as it may, he intends to conflict with the desires of club supervisors, by introducing his very own child, Luca, as his No.2 rather than youth Andriy Lunin.
Lunin is who the load up had as a primary concern to be Courtois’ understudy, with reports Luca could leave the club on advance to acquire involvement.
In any case, his dad trusts he is capable.
Lunin has had an ineffective advance spell at Leganes and played only six matches having neglected to build up himself as first decision.