VILLIAM VECCHI, the Real Madrid goalkeeping coach, praised new Milan signing Diego Lopez.
Lopez signed the documents yesterday, and later this week – after the medical check-up – his move from Real Madrid will be made official. The Spaniard will be Milan’s first-choice goalkeeper in the 2014/15 season after the guarding the goal of Los Blancos over the past year and a half.
The former Milan goalkeeper and keeping coach, who now works with Carlo Ancelotti in Madrid – Villiam Vecchi – believes that Milan made a good buy, signing the 32-year-old on a four-year deal.
“Milan did a big purchase,” the 65-year-old told Gazzetta.it. “Lopez is a goalkeeper who can do everything. Technically he is complete and on the psychological level he’s proven this year that he can cope well with stress. He’s an extraordinary person with only one flaw: he hates conceding goals and I saw him getting angry in training too.
“Lopez has a good grip and he pushes with both legs. He’s excellent in the air & with his feet. He’s one of the best keepers I’ve coached in my career. His main quality? His reactivity. Despite his height (1.96m), he has very fast movements.”