Bayer goalkeeper Andrei Lunev described life in Germany with the words “not to say that it’s sad”
Russian goalkeeper of Bayer Andrey Lunev talked about adapting Germany. His words lead Sport24.
“Not to say that it’s directly sad – it’s normal. There are just two things that could radically fix everything: this is playing time, of course, and everyday moments for the family, ”the athlete described life in Europe.
Lunev also explained how he coped with everyday difficulties when moving. “I did almost everything on my own. But there are people in the club who help – both with rights and with an apartment, ”the goalkeeper shared.
Lunev passed over to Bayer Leverkusen in July last year, signing a contract with the team until June 30, 2023. The Russian played in the club one match in the Europa League, in which he conceded one goal. Together with Petersburg “Zenith” goalkeeper three times became the champion Russia.
From 2017 to 2021, Lunev represented Zenit. Together with the blue-white-blue goalkeeper became the winner of the Russian Premier League (RPL) three times. Per Russian national team The player has played seven matches.