Tuesday, 12th August, 2014

AC Milan have officially confirmed the signing of goalkeeper Diego Lopez from Real Madrid.

The custodian had found himself made available for transfer by Real Madrid following the Spanish club's signing of Keylor Navas from Levante.

And he has quickly sealed a move to Italian giants Milan.

The length of the contract the 32-year-old has signed, along with the transfer fee paid to Real Madrid, has not been disclosed by the Rossoneri.


Lopez knocked Iker Casillas out of the Real Madrid first team when he arrived at the club in January 2013, although Casillas continued to feature in cup games.


Lopez retained his number 1 spot under both Jose Mourinho and Carlo Ancelotti, but is now heading for pastures new.

The former Sevilla goalkeeper has won just one cap for Spain at international level.

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