Goalkeeper Keylor Navas has reportedly told Real Madrid to sanction his move to Ligue 1 giants, Paris Saint-Germain, a report says.
However, according Spanish daily, AS, the club have told the Costa Rican, that he would not be allowed to leave on a free transfer.
Navas, a three-time Champions League winner with the Spanish giants, has been displaced as number one, since the arrival of Thibaut Courtois from Chelsea last season.
The report added that the 32-year-old has decided to leave the club for France, rather than stay to fight for a place at the Bernabeu next season.
It was also said that Madrid manager, Zinedine Zidane, has made it clear to Navas, that Courtois will be his Number one next season.
It is claimed that Navas has told the club chiefs that they should allow him to leave for free, with the French champion keen to sign him.
The experienced keeper is also said to have surprised the club’s hierarchy, by requesting that the final two years of his contract, worth around £9 million, should be paid up in full ahead of his exit.
But Madrid are allegedly not ready to meet the demands, and will only sell him if potential suitors meet their £18 million valuation.
Eden Hazard, Luka Jovic, Eder Militao and Rodrygo have already agreed deals with the club, while French defender, Ferland Mendy, is close to agreeing to a move too.
Reports have also said Madrid are keen on signing Manchester United midfielder, Paul Pogba and Tottenham’s Christian Eriksen.