Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti said on Friday the Spanish giants are not chasing a new goalkeeper in the transfer market to replace the injured Thibaut Courtois ahead of the new La Liga season, reports AFP. Courtois is set to miss a major part of the season after rupturing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee during training on Thursday. But Ancelotti said Ukrainian back-up 'keeper Andriy Lunin was ready to fill the void left by Courtois, who won the Yashin trophy last year awarded to the world's best goalkeeper. "We have total confidence in Lunin who is a great
goalkeeper," Ancelotti told a press conference ahead of Real's La Liga opener at Athletic Bilbao on Sunday. "He's been very good during pre-season. He's talented and what he lacks is what all young players lack -- experience, the
goalkeeper, to make up the numbers, because we count on Lunin."