Arsenal are prepared to fight it-out with Liverpool over the signature of Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas next summer, as per reports in Spain via TeamTalk.
Navas has been at Madrid since joining the club from Levante in 2014 having awed for Costa Rica amid the World Cup in Brazil that mid year.
The 30-year-old has been Zinedine Zidane’s main for as long as two years and he’s assumed a key part in helping Los Blancos win sequential Champions League trophies and one La Liga title.
However, TeamTalk are refering to reports leaving Spain from Diario Gol that guarantee Navas is disrupted at the Bernabeu as he feels Madrid president Florentino Perez doesn’t believe him.
Madrid have been intensely connected with David De Gea in late exchange windows and the Manchester United plug came extremely close to joining the Spanish mammoths on due date day in 2015.
It appears Navas is worn out on the vulnerability encompassing his position as TeamTalk claim the Costa Rican worldwide needs to leave and is as of now searching for another club to participate in the late spring.
The circumstance has alarmed clubs here in the Premier League as the report says Arsenal have now joined Liverpool in the race to sign Navas and the combine are quick to draw him to England toward the finish of the season.
Arsene Wenger needs to locate a long haul swap for Petr Cech as the 35-year-old is coming towards the finish of his vocation and his shape has been relentlessly declining lately.