Keylor Navas thinks about leaving Real

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The goalkeeper of Real Madrid, Keylor Navas, intends to leave the club in January, reports

According to the source, Navas is disappointed with the role of the second keeper at Bernabeu and will ask the management to sell him in winter.

Recall that the Costa Rican lost his place in the first XI after the club acquired the Belgian goalkeeper, Thibaut Courtois, from Chelsea last summer for €35 million.

31-year-old Navas has been playing for Real since 2014. He became the champion of Spain, and also won the UCL three times as a part of Los Blancos.

Keylor has played two matches in the championship of Spain and missed one goal this season. The agreement of Keylor with Los Galacticos is valid until the summer of 2020.

We recall United’s mentor Jose Mourinho is open to returning to Real Madrid.

Moreover, the Special One is quite ready to work with Real again, as he once headed Chelsea for the second time.

Los Galacticos have been experiencing difficult times since the end of last season, when Zinedine Zidane suddenly left the post of head coach.

(Reporting by Glushko Denys, editing by Ponomarenko Valeriia)

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