Real Madrid should make an effort and sign Willy Caballero to replace Keylor Navas as Los Blancos’ second-choice keeper.

That is the opinion of Raul Fuentes, a journalist from the Marca newspaper.

The Spanish giants are allegedly looking for a back-up option for ex-Blue Thibaut Courtois, as Navas may not be happy with the role he has at the club.

The expert has drawn up a list of ‘realistic’ replacements for the Costa Rican, with the Blues’ veteran among them.

“Chelsea’s second-choice keeper is behind Kepa Arrizabalaga at Stamford Bridge and does a good job when he’s chosen.

The Argentine has experience in Spain, too,” Fuentes has written for Marca remembering that Willy’s last club before he moved to the Premier League was Malaga.

The journalist has also listed ex-Liverpool’s Pepe Reina, Everton’s Maarten Stekelenburg and Diego Benaglio from Monaco, all of them 35 or older.

It’s worth noting that there have been no reports about Real Madrid’s advances for yet another Chelsea player after Courtois and Eden Hazard who are currently in the team.