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Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool target set for Real Madrid exit


Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas admits he could leave the club during the summer transfer window.

The 28-year-old, a target for Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool in the Premier League, was one of the main stars in the 2014 World Cup Finals but struggled to make an impact with the Spanish giants.

Real are expected to make a move for Manchester United's David De Gea leaving the Costa Rican with no choice other than that of finding a new club.

"I've spoken with the club," the goalkeeper told Marca.

"Only God knows if I'll stay on at Real Madrid.

"I hope to remain in the squad and fight to fulfil my dream, which is to be the club's first-choice keeper.

"I'm not okay with what I've done until now at Real Madrid.

"Things didn't go as I wanted this season, but it's made me much stronger."

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