Brentford loaned Spanish international goalkeeper Alvaro Fernandez from Huesca.
Fernandez joins the Premier League club on a one-year loan agreement with the option to make the transition permanent at the end of the 2021-22 season.
The 23-year-old made his Spanish national debut earlier this summer and was part of the team that won silver at the Tokyo Olympics.
“Alvaro is a player with great potential and we are very pleased to have him on our team and our goalkeeper,” said Brentford head coach Thomas Frank.
“He will come here and compete every day with David Rye and Patrick Gunnarsson. This is a signing that will make us stronger as a group and help push us to a higher level. “
Phil Giles, Brentford’s Co-Director of Football, added: “We tried to sign Alvaro all summer, but his participation in the Olympics delayed his arrival.
“We look forward to seeing what he can achieve with us this season and possibly beyond.”
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