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I have same desire to leave Real Madrid as to die: Navas

I have same desire to leave Real Madrid as to die: Navas

Football News: The Costa Rican goalkeeper Kaylor Navas is hell-bent to stay at Madrid despite the arrival of Thibaut Courtois.

Navas is determined to play for the Spanish giants Madrid.

Navas has won three successive Champions League trophy with Real Madrid and he does not want to leave his spot in Madrid, now his international career is in doubt after Madrid sings Courois.

This season the Chelsea goalkeeper signed a six years deal with the Spanish capital side, and no doubt he will be the man to who will feature for Madrid from this season onwards, but Navas is rigid to stick with the Los Blancos side.

Navas voiced: "Of course, and I say this with force, I have the same desire to leave then I have to die,"

In 2014 he joined Madrid from Levante and in his Madrid days, his future has always been speculated as earlier Madrid has been heavily linked with the Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea.

Though the Veteran has played a key role for Madrid where he has won three Champions League trophies and two FIFA club world cup trophies two UEFA Super cups and many more.

Samrat Dutta

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