A new goalkeeper incoming? Maybe. Keylor Navas is reportedly a target, according to the Daily Mirror. The Real Madrid keeper has started six games in La Liga, and twice in the Champions League. Where he’s only lost one game in eleven games (Including one International Friendly game), keeping seven clean sheets.
The 28 year old had an outstanding World Cup, where he got noticed and talked about highly numerously, where he signed for Real Madrid on the 3rd of August 2014. The Spanish side triggered the €10 million buyout clause, where he signed a six year contract.
Real Madrid have been heavily linked with Manchester United’s David De Gea, and now Navas’ future looks to be elsewhere. The Mirror claim that the Reds are ready bid in the region of £10.5m.
The English outlet also claim that Liverpool are keen on a move for Stoke’s Bosnian keeper Asmir Begovic.
Liverpool have also been linked with AC Milan side Gianluigi Donnarumma, where he’s been scouted by Liverpool. Manchester United have also been linked with the 16 year old. Italian reports suggest that Chelsea and Real Madrid have also knocked on the door.
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