Real Madrid’s third choice goalkeeper Jesus Fernandez has joined fellow Spanish club Levante for two seasons with an option to extend it for two more seasons.

Making the announcement a day after Keylor Navas joined Real Madrid, a talented goalkeeper in Jesus Fernandez will hope to get some minutes under his belt, something he was unlikely to earn at Real Madrid.

In the official announcement, Real Madrid thanked him and wished him luck for his future. It read:

Real Madrid C.F. and Levante U.D. have reached an agreement for the transfer of the player Jesus Fernandez.
The club wishes to thank him for years of dedication and professionalism, and wish him much luck in his career.

Levante also released an announcement on their official website:

Levante UD have reached an agreement with Real Madrid CF for the transfer of player Jesus Fernandez who will be linked with the Levantine entity for two seasons and two seasons optional.
The Madrid born goalkeeper (11-6-1988) debuted in professional football in 2009/10, when he defended for Numancia in the Segunda Division. After his debut in this category, he played for Real Madrid Castilla in Segunda B and then saw his dream debut in top division. It was the last game of the season for the first team when Jesus wore the team shirt and played his first minutes in Primera Division. In 2011/12, Real Madrid Castilla won promotion to Segunda Division and a year later altered between the first team and Castilla. Last year he served under the orders of Carlo Ancelotti.
Jesus Fernandez will be presented on Wednesday at Estadio Ciutat de Valencia at a time yet to be confirmed.

All the Real Madrid Fans wish Jesus much luck in his career and hope to see him become first choice keeper for the Valencian club.