Keylor Navas will reportedly be offered to Manchester United as part of Real Madrid’s bid to sign Paul Pogba.
Zinedine Zidane wants the France World Cup winner at the La Liga giants as he looks to overhaul his squad in the summer.
The 26-year-old has previously admitted a move to the Spanish capital ‘would be a dream’ and there has been constant speculation over his future.
The Daily Telegraph report that Madrid are willing to offer Navas to United as part of the Pogba deal or as a separate signing.
The Costa Rican goalkeeper could be seen as a replacement for David De Gea.
De Gea’s contract expires in the summer of 2020 and he has yet to put pen to paper on a new deal.
The Spain international has come under fire in recent weeks for a string of errors leading to goals.
Zidane was asked about Real’s interest in Pogba on Saturday and said: “He’s a good player, but you could ask me about another player and I’d tell you the same thing.
LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS
on his way?
Zidane defiant after axing Bale from Real Madrid squad
Liverpool wait on Salah as Firmino ruled out of Barcelona clash
'We don't know what will happen with Rafa' – Newcastle star unsure over future
Arsenal confirm Welbeck will leave in summer as Ramsey bids emotional goodbye
moment of madness
Allan McGregor branded 'absolutely mental' after crazy karate kick
Champions League and Europa League permutations: How European spots are decided
Arsenal's top four hopes almost over with disappointing draw against Brighton
Celtic boss condemns own fans after sectarian abuse aimed at Aberdeen manager
“I said that he’s a good player and also that I know him. I’m not going to say any more because if things work out well, you’re excused, but if you say something daft…
“Pogba is a Manchester United player, he’s a very good one but he plays for Manchester United.
“We’ll see at the end of the season who goes and who stays. I didn’t say anything about us signing Pogba. I’m not going to say anything until things are done.”