With both the loan of Thibaut Courtois and the 1-year deal of Daniel Aranzubia set to expire, Atlético needs to sign two goalkeepers for next season. Half of that task is now complete, after the club announced the transfer of Miguel Ángel Moyá on Wednesday. Pending a medical, the ‘keeper will sign for 3 years
Atlético suffered only their second loss of the present league campaign in Almería on Saturday, but it just so happened to be their second loss in the same week. Much has and will continue to be made about referee Fernando Teixeira Vitienes’ atrocious officiating on the evening, and rightfully so, but Atleti have overcome adverse or blown calls all season long. Not on this accursed night, though.
Despite reportedly having agreed terms with Getafe’s Miguel Ángel Moyà late last week, Atlético revealed on Tuesday that, instead, another seasoned goalkeeper will be serving as backup to starter Thibaut Courtois. Former Deportivo man Dani Aranzubia, who passed his Rojiblanco medical Tuesday morning, agreed to a one-year contract with Atleti, the club’s official website announced. The Spaniard