Real Madrid goalkeeper, Keylor Navas, is set to leave for Paris Saint-Germain, Sky Sports reports.
The move for the Costa Rica international would see PSG’s Alphonse Areola head the other way.
It would be a second spell in LaLiga for Areola, who previously played for Villarreal.
Navas signed for Madrid from Levante in 2014, after impressing at the World Cup in Brazil.
However, Navas is being forced to leave, after Los Blancos boss, Zinedine Zidane, made it clear that Thibaut Courtois will be first choice this season.
The 32-year-old has made over 100 appearances for Real, winning three Champions Leagues and one La Liga crown. He has also lifted four FIFA Club World Cups, three UEFA Super Cups, and the Supercopa De Espana.
Real Madrid have been accused of trying to erase its former player Cristiano Ronaldo from its history.
An article on the club’s website celebrating four players — Sergio Ramos, Raphaël Varane, Luka Modrić and Marcelo — securing their spots in UEFA’s Team of the Year for 2018, has seen Ronaldo omitted.
Report also have it that Madrid stopped following Ronaldo on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram after he left for Juventus. This is quite different from the player’s old club Manchester United which still follows their former star.
Being the club’s all-time record scorer, Ronaldo has no place in the club’s main photo choices for the ‘Football History’ and ‘Football Legends’ sections.
“If they want to feature another player’s greatest moments and there are highlights of him scoring from Ronaldo’s assists or assisting a Ronaldo goal, then they will go looking for other highlights clip involving other players,” the Daily Mail’s Pete Jenson wrote.
Former Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho has given Real Madrid president, Fiorentino Perez, certain conditions to meet before he can take charge of the Los Blancos.
This was made known by a respected journalist, Francesc Aguilar, who works for Mundo Deportivo.
According to Aguilar’s report, Mourinho wants Madrid to sign a new centre-half and a striker
If the conditions are met, he will be returning to the club which he managed from 2010-2013.
During his spell with the Spanish giants, he won the La Liga and the Copa del Rey before returning to England for a second spell with Chelsea.
He was sacked few weeks ago as manager of Manchester United.
Spain’s Real Madrid won the Club World Cup for a third consecutive year, and record fourth in total, by beating Abu Dhabi side Al Ain in the final.
Luka Modric curled home the opening goal from the edge of the area after Karim Benzema’s lay-off.
Marcos Llorente hit a stunning 25-yard half-volley – his first professional goal – and Sergio Ramos headed in the third from Modric’s corner.
Tsukasa Shiotani nodded in for Al Ain before Yahya Nader’s own goal.
Real could have won by more. Lucas Vazquez hit the post early on and Gareth Bale – who scored a semi-final hat-trick against Kashima Antlers – went close with a spectacular bicycle kick which went just over the bar.
Real Madrid have won four of the past five Club World Cups
Al Ain had shocked River Plate on penalties in the semi-final but never looked like following that up with a famous win at the Zayed Sports City Stadium in Abu Dhabi.
Midfielder Toni Kroos has won five of the past six Club World Cups – in 2013 with Bayern Munich and 2014, 2016, 2017 and 2018 with the Spanish side.
Real now hold the record for most victories in the competition, which was first held in 2000, moving one clear of Spanish rivals Barcelona.
Gareth Bale scored a hat-trick as Real Madrid beat Kashima Antlers to set up a Club World Cup final against Al Ain, of the United Arab Emirates, on Saturday.
Wales forward Bale scored the semi-final’s opening goal in Abu Dhabi via the post after a one-two with Marcelo.
He tapped his second into an empty net after a defensive error and two minutes later blasted a third from a tight angle from another Marcelo pass.
Shoma Doi pulled one back for the Asian champions.
Bale, who has now scored six goals in five Club World Cup games, had been a doubt with an ankle injury, and was substituted by boss Santiago Solari just before the hour mark.
Real Madrid are aiming to win the tournament for a third year in a row.
They face Abu Dhabi side Al Ain at the Zayed Sports City Stadium on Saturday (16:30 GMT).
Al Ain, who qualified as champions of the host country, shocked Copa Libertadores winners River Plate by winning on penalties in their semi-final.