Leeds in talks to sign Real Madrid goalkeeper Kiko Casilla

Leeds in talks to sign Real Madrid goalkeeper Kiko Casilla

Casilla is a one-cap Spanish worldwide and was part of the Real Madrid squads which won the Champions League three time in succession.

Leeds United are flying high in the Championship under the management of Marcelo Bielsa, and things could be about to get even better for The Whites.

Casilla, 32, is now behind Thibaut Courtois and Keylor Navas in the pecking order at the Bernabeu.

Despite recording a 3-0 win, their first in the New Year, Los Blancos faithfuls are still not happy with the situation of their club this season.

Casilla is positive about a possible move and sees Leeds as a great opportunity for first-team football.

Madrid have no shortage of talented goalkeepers beyond Casilla should they opt to sell, with youngster Andriy Lunin and Luca Zidane options to vacate his position.

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Especially if they manage to keep Keylor Navas, who has also been linked with a move away from the Bernabeu in recent weeks.

Casilla developed through the Real Madrid academy, before joining Espanyol in 2007.

According to British news outlet Evening Post, both Madrid and Leeds have agreed a fee for the Spanish goalkeeper and will undergo medical in the coming week.

It seemed to work though, and that is all that will matter to Leeds fans, who are enjoying life with "El Loco" at the helm and remain hopeful of returning to the Premier League, 15 years after being relegated in 2004.

Thoughts on this potential deal?

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