According to La Sexta's 'Jugones' programme, the Costa Rican goalkeeper agreed a one-year contract extension last month, boosting his salary to 5 million euros.
According to reports on La Sexta's Jugones programme this afternoon, Keylor Navas signed a contract extension with Real Madrid in December - adding an additional year onto his existing agreement. If that proves to be the case, the Costa Rican goalkeeper will remain at the Bernabéu until 2021. Jugones also claim that Keylor has agreed improved terms with Madrid, boosting his annual salary to five million euros.
The move effectively closes the door on the keeper moving elsewhere in this month's transfer window. However, despite having renewed his contract, AS undestands that Keylor will consider his future over the summer. For Solari, Courtois is the team's first choice goalkeeper and Keylor has only played in the Copa del Rey - a secondary role which isn't enough for the Costa Rica international. If his situation remains unchanged, he will be looking to leave Madrid at the end of the current season when the summer market opens. The player has several suitors in the Premier League, which could be his next destination although Arsenal coach Unai Emery ruled out the Gunners making a move for him - at this this month.