Altube, presented and "ready to fight for the Fuenla goal"

The goalkeeper, owned by Madrid, was introduced with Miguel Melgar at his side. The sports director closed the doors to a possible return of Pinchi.

Altube-presented-and-"ready-to-fight-for-the-Fuenla-goal"

Fuenlabrada introduced its new goalkeeper, Diego Altube, several days after making his signing as a new goalkeeper official. The goalkeeper, who was in the Real Madrid first team last season, will compete with Javier Belman, also a white youth squad, to win the Azulona goal. "I can only say good things about Belman after sharing a quarry with him. The healthy rivalry that will be established between the two will make the team better," said Altube.

In addition, the goalkeeper showed his desire to help Fuenlabrada to be able to achieve permanence as soon as possible and after being able to dream: "I want to help the team achieve its objectives and, if it can be, aspire a little more". Nor did he want to forget the fans who, after a long wait, will return to Fernando Torres next season. "I am looking forward to seeing that wonderful stadium that Torres is with its people," he said.

With the incorporation of Altube and waiting to sign another goalkeeper after the most likely departure of Freixanet, Fuenlabrada would have two category goalkeepers in the recent signing and in Belman. Good news for Fuenlabrada that, remember, has seen its goal have six different guardians in its two years in Segunda.

The sports management also spoke

Miguel Melgar, azulón sports director, accompanied the goalkeeper in his presentation and was "very happy to have closed this signing since it was one of his first options." In addition, he affirmed that "the return of Pinchi is almost ruled out for economic reasons despite the player's interest in returning."

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