Los Blancos new signing Thibaut Courtois has finally met Keylor Navas at the Real Madrid training ground Valdebebas after he completed his dream move to Real Madrid on Tuesday.
Courtois trained alongside four other competitors vying for the number one spot at the Santiago Bernabeu.
The former Chelsea goalkeeper is aiming to prove himself as a worthy starter of the team ahead of his major competitor Navas as well as other goalkeepers vying for the spot such as Kiko Casilla, Luca Zidane and Andriy Lunin.
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Navas has plenty of experience at his disposal fighting for his spot in the starting lineup and one of the hardest competitor Navas went up against was former captain and Real Madrid legendary goalkeeper Iker Casillas, who eventually left the club for Porto in 2015.
Navas has really helped Real Madrid since he was installed as the number one choice, with the Costa Rican shot stopper Real Madrid has not been eliminated for the last three years in the Champions League.
The arrival of Courtois will threaten his reign as the Belgian aim to wrestle for the starting role.
He also faced a tough opposition before he became Chelsea number one, where he won the race against another exceptionally talented goalkeeper, Petr Cech.
Courtois is greatly in form, having won the FIFA best goalkeeper in the just concluded World Cup in Russia.
Los Blancos coach Lopetegui has yet to decide which of the five keepers will play in the UEFA Super Cup against Atletico Madrid on August 15.