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Keylor Navas: “I have two years left on my contract”

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Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas says he is not going to leave the club this summer amidst the rumors suggesting that Los Blancos will sign Thibaut Courtois to make him the starter.

“I’m very happy, we will work hard every day to enjoy being in Real Madrid,” said Navas in an interview to La Nacion. “I’m calm, I have two years left on my contract,” he added when asked about his future and whether he will be leaving Real Madrid or not if Courtois signs for the club.

“I have to think about how to improve each and every day and also about enjoying every moment. We will see what happens in the future, I’m calm,” insisted the goalkeeper.

If Real Madrid end up signing Courtois as expected, Navas could be leaving the club as he will want to be a starter after winning three straight Champions League titles in the Spanish capital.

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