Arsenal and Tottenham are linked with Costa Rican international and Real Madrid star Keylor Navas.
The North London teams have two of the best goalkeepers at their disposal in the form of Peter Cech and Hugo Lloris. Therefore, they really do not need to sign a new goalie.
According to Spanish source Don Balon, Tottenham are battling the Gunners to hire the services of Keylor Navas in the summer transfer window. The report says that so far, Real have only received an offer of 20 million euros but they want around 30 million euros ($32million) for their first choice goalie.
Not to forget, the French goalie signed a new five year deal with Spurs back in December 2016.
This season, Navas has conceded 24 goals in 21 league appearances and only kept 4 clean sheets. On the other hand, Lloris has conceded 20 goals in 26 league appearances and kept no fewer than 10 clean sheets.
Back in February, it was reported (Telegraph) that Lloris is wanted by Real Madrid but as per the provided Don Balon link, the reigning European Champions’ priority target is none other than Manchester United’s David de Gea.
If Real fail to sign De Gea yet again then it will not be shocking if they move in to sign Lloris and they obviously have the financial power to secure his signature.
In your opinion, if Hugo does leave the White Hart Lane club, is Navas good enough to replace him?
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