NewslettersSign inAPP
spainSPAINargentinaARGENTINAchileCHILEcolombiaCOLOMBIAusaUSAmexicoMEXICOperuPERUlatin usaLATIN USAamericaAMERICA

Real Madrid

Real Madrid's goalkeeping options if Keylor Navas leaves

1 / 12

Pepe Reina. 36. AC Milan

Hugely charismatic player, who would fit in perfectly with the Spanish internationals in the Real Madrid camp. His experience at big clubs such as Liverpool, Napoli, Bayern Munich is a convincing argument in his favour.

Foto:MARCELO DEL POZOREUTERS

Pepe Reina. 36. AC Milan

Hugely charismatic player, who would fit in perfectly with the Spanish internationals in the Real Madrid camp. His experience at big clubs such as Liverpool, Napoli, Bayern Munich is a convincing argument in his favour.

Foto:John MCCOYAFP

Willy Caballero. 37. Chelsea

The Argentinean keeper has hardly played for Chelsea since joining them two seasons ago from Manchester City. He was the back-up to Courtois in his first season, and Kepa in his second, but is still considered a solid stopper.

Foto:ADRIAN DENNISAFP

Willy Caballero. 37. Chelsea

The Argentinean keeper has hardly played for Chelsea since joining them two seasons ago from Manchester City. He was the back-up to Courtois in his first season, and Kepa in his second, but is still considered a solid stopper.

Foto:DAVID KLEINREUTERS

Asier Riesgo. 35. Without a team.

The Basque keeper finished his contract with Eibar on 30 June. He had an pre-agreement with Guardiola's Manchester City, but was unable to complete the move as the club were over their limit of foreigners. He's played 185 games in the Primera.

Foto:AMAIA ZABALODIARIO AS

Asier Riesgo. 35. Without a team.

The Basque keeper finished his contract with Eibar on 30 June. He had an pre-agreement with Guardiola's Manchester City, but was unable to complete the move as the club were over their limit of foreigners. He's played 185 games in the Primera.

Foto:AMAIA ZABALODIARIO AS

Antonio Mirante. 36. AS Roma

The Italian keeper has had a long career in Serie A, playing 350 games for Juventus, Sampdoria, Parma, Bolonia and Roma. He was called up twice for the national side, but never made his debut.

Foto:NurPhotoNurPhoto via Getty Images

Antonio Mirante. 36. AS Roma

The Italian keeper has had a long career in Serie A, playing 350 games for Juventus, Sampdoria, Parma, Bolonia and Roma. He was called up twice for the national side, but never made his debut.

Foto:NurPhotoNurPhoto via Getty Images

Danijel Subasic. 34. Mónaco

Subasic was the starting keeper for Croatia at the World Cup in Russia in 2018, where they finished runners-up to France. He's currently recovering from a thigh injury he picked up in May. Monaco's signing of Lecomte has upped the competition for the star

Foto:Darren StaplesREUTERS

Danijel Subasic. 34. Mónaco

Subasic was the starting keeper for Croatia at the World Cup in Russia in 2018, where they finished runners-up to France. He's currently recovering from a thigh injury he picked up in May. Monaco's signing of Lecomte has upped the competition for the star

Foto:SEBASTIEN BOZONAFP

Maarten Stekelenburg. 36. Everton

The Dutch keeper, who was in goal against Spain in the World Cup final in 2010, has a vast amount of experience, but has been in the shadow of Jordan Pickford for the past two seasons. The signing of Danish keeper Lössl means Everton would accept his depa

Foto:Jason CairnduffREUTERS

Maarten Stekelenburg. 36. Everton

The Dutch keeper, who was in goal against Spain in the World Cup final in 2010, has a vast amount of experience, but has been in the shadow of Jordan Pickford for the past two seasons. The signing of Danish keeper Lössl means Everton would accept his depa

Foto:James Williamson - AMAGetty Images