Keylor Navas could be a Real Madrid goalkeeper soon.
Levante and Real Madrid have supposedly completed negotiations for the 27-year-old Costa Rican international, and only the official communication of the transfer is left, according to Spanish newspaper Marca.
Navas will move for a fee of 10 million euros ($13.5 million), and sign a 5-year contract worth 2.5 million euros ($3.4 million) per year.
Still, Navas has yet to put pen to paper, so it is not a done deal yet.
“I haven’t signed anything with anyone yet,” Navas said.
“I’m relaxed at the moment and I’m waiting.
“But we’re on track,” he added.
Earlier, Navas was linked with a move to Bayern Munich, but the German club were not willing to meet the Costa Rican’s buy-out clause fee.
Atletico Madrid, Porto, Arsenal, Monaco, and PSG were also interested in signing Navas, who had several outstanding displays at World Cup 2014, at some point in the summer.
Real Madrid has spent big this summer.
Former Bayern Munich player and German World Cup star Toni Kroos was signed for about 25 million euros ($33.7 million), and Colombia attacking midfielder and World Cup 2014 Golden Boot winner James Rodriguez was signed today for about 80 million euros ($107.8 million).