We take a look at the key news stories surrounding Real Madrid from the day
In light of Tibaut Courtois' recent comments about his future, in which the Belgian refused to rule out the possibility of him moving away in search of Champions League football, Chelsea are reportedly looking at Keylor Navas as a possible replacement in case the 23-year-old leaves London in the summer.
Rafa Benitez' stint at Real Madrid turned out to last for only 7 months, as he failed to redeem the faith that the officials had in him. Goalkeeper Keylor Navas recently stated that the team were doing the 'wrong thing's under the former manager and were now enjoying working under new coach Zinedine Zidane.
Some rather unusual scenes unfolded in Costa Rica's international fixture against South Africa, with a pitch invader breaking down in tears after being apprehended by security, only to be rescued by Real Madrid star Keylor Navas
Cristiano Ronaldo ran riot with five goals and one assist as Real Madrid demolished Espanyol 6-0 to climb to 2nd position in La Liga.
David De Gea's long mooted move to Real Madrid collapsed last night after a paperwork fiasco which resulted in the failure of the transfer to be completed before the Spanish transfer deadline.
Real Madrid destroyed newly promoted Real Betis at the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday night. Gareth Bale, James Rodriguez and Keylor Navas impressed for the Los Blancos as Cristiano Ronaldo continued to fire blanks.
Real Madrid manager Rafa Benitez was elated by his team's dismantling of Real Betis at the Santiago Bernabeu last night. Benitez reserved special praise for James and Gareth Bale, who scored two goals each and Keylor Navas, who saved a penalty.
Real Madrid yesterday officially handed over the number one shirt, previously worn by Iker Casillas to Keylor Navas, hinting at a possible Old Trafford stay for another year for David De Gea.
Real Madrid are in a bit of a fix at the moment. After letting their legendary goalkeeper depart the club after 25 years of service, and in a deplorable way nonetheless, Los Blancos seem to be having a problem in getting a replacement.