Real Madrid are believed to have finalised their goalkeeping lineup for the 2018/19 season, amid claims from Costa Rica international Keylor Navas that he'd 'rather die' than leave the club this summer.
Informa @melchorcope :— El Partidazo de COPE (@partidazocope) August 7, 2018
➡️ El Real Madrid ve con buenos ojos que siga Keylor, pero no le van a impedir marcharse si él quiere
➡️ Lunin se va a quedar en el primer equipo como segundo o tercer portero
➡️ El Madrid confirma que Kiko Casilla va a salir#PartidazoCOPE pic.twitter.com/cRwVzQ4oJU
Navas, a popular figure at the club, has publicly denied (via Marca)
Following a fantastic 2014 World Cup campaign with Costa Rica, Navas was snapped up by the Spanish giants. However, despite his performances and success in the Spanish capital, the 31-year-old has had to face near constant speculation about potential high-profile goalkeeping additions.
Keylor Navas: The Gala Tico Who Was Never Quite a Galacticohttps://t.co/E3VA5Z2vI5— Ashish Magotra (@clutchplay) July 19, 2018
Meanwhile, Los Blancos have allowed their promising midfielder Mateo Kovačić to join Chelsea on loan until the end of the season