Villarreal is about to close the signing of Argentine goalkeeper Esteban Andrada, belonging to Lanús, who will pay around 5 million euros to take their property, as pointed from Argentina. However, the player will not defend the colors of the yellow team this season, because the intention of the club is to assign it to another team of the Santander League before finally incorporating it into their discipline. His destiny in that period of loan aims to be the Huesca.
Leganés has also been interested in his services, as he is a player well-known by coach Mauricio Pellegrino. The pepineros are found a reef of quality in the Argentine market, before the greater economic difficulty of signing in Spain.
The transfer of Andrada, 27, and considered one of the best goals of the Argentine League, is practically done, as confirmed by the Lanus president to media in that country. It is the circumstance that the South American goalkeeper renewed a little over a month ago with the garnet club, but finally he will pack his bags to join Spanish football. In fact, the Argentine entity has already moved to look for a substitute, which will be Lucas Acosta, from Belgrano.
The goal of Villarreal is well covered with Sergio Asenjo, Andrés Fernández and Mariano Barbosa, so the incorporation of another player for that position is not a priority in the short term. The signing of Andrada is considered more like a project of future in the plans of the club.