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Keylor Navas – Madridistas are fully behind me
- Updated: June 12, 2018
Real Madrid first-choice goalkeeper and Costa Rica international Keylor Navas has revealed that the fans of the club want him to remain at the club and still be active between the sticks as first-choice at the Bernabeu.
Navas joined Madrid from Levante in the summer of 2014 and has established himself as the first-choice goalie at the Santiago Bernabeu.
This has come to fruition for the Costa Rican regardless of some of his supposed weaknesses being identified by fans and critics alike.
Navas may not be the high profile name between the sticks for the Santiago Bernabeu outfit but has proved himself since his arrival at the club.
He has helped Madrid to secure major trophies as well as an unprecedented UEFA Champions League title defense. He then helped them to go one further with a third UCL win in a row, all this while he manned the goal post for Los Blancos.
The Costa Rican spoke recently in an interview with Marca where he admitted that he had been asked not to leave Madrid by some fans whom he had come in contact with.
He added that Madridistas were very much supportive of his position at the club, and expressed their desire for him to remain at the club.
It’s a no-brainer that fans would find it difficult to forget the man between the sticks when Real Madrid won 3 consecutive UCL title wins, and justifiably so.
He also spoke on how former Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane inspired him while at the club. He added that he was shocked by the news of Zidane’s departure from the club.
Meanwhile, eyes will be on Navas in Russia 2018, as he will represent Costa Rica in the tournament. Costa Rica rounded up their World Cup preparations with a 4:1 loss to a red-hot Belgian side with Navas in goal, being inspired by Eden Hazard, another likely recruit for Los Blancos.