European Champions sign Costa Rican Keeper to 6 year deal.
The post-world cup spending spree in soccer continues, with Spanish giants Real Madrid signing yet another Latin American into its roster.
On Sunday, the Champions League winner announced the signing of Costa Rican goalkeeper Keylor Navas to a six-year deal. Navas also celebrated his signing on his Twitter account.
Real is reported to have paid Levante, Navas’ current club US$13.4 million dollars for rights to the 27-year-old keeper.
Navas was instrumental in Costa Rica’s strong World Cup showing in Brazil, advancing to the quarter finals before losing to the Netherlands in penalty kicks.
Real have already spent over $100 million this off season, signing German midfielder Toni Kroos as well as Colombian star and World Cup Golden Boot winner James Rodriguez.