The Costa Rica goalkeeper seems to be in demand as the European Champions are on the lookout for a new goalkeeper.
Keylor Navas could be the subject of interest from Real Madrid according to reports in Spain.
Inside Spanish Football have picked up on a report from TV journalist Javier Alba, suggesting that Real are willing to make an approach for the Levante goalkeeper who has impressed for Costa Rica at this summer's World Cup in Brazil, helping them to the quarter-final stage of the competition so far.
Real are said to be ready to move on Iker Casillas and Diego Lopez, and also approach Espanyol's Kiko Casilla.
There have been reports suggesting that Atletico Madrid are also interested in Navas, and that his contract contains a £6.5 million release clause. The 27-year-old's contract will run out next summer according to reports.
It seems as though Navas is one of the most sought after players from this summer's World Cup as Costa Rica have been the surprise package this summer, having emerged from a group that contained Uruguay, Italy and England.
Given the amount of clubs interested in him, it looks highly unlikely he will be at Levante at the start of the season.