Granada believe they will be able to secure Real Madrid goalkeeper Jesus Fernandez in the summer transfer window.
Fernandez did not make a single first team appearance last season due to the strong competition of world class goalkeepers Diego Lopez and Iker Casillas ahead of him in the squad.
President of Granada, Quique Pina, reportedly wants the player to challenge for a first team spot with the side’s current goalkeeper Roberto Fernandez.
Due to his lack of game time at the Santiago Bernabeu Fernandez clearly feels it is the right time to move away from the club.
Udinese goalkeeper Orestis Karnezis spent this season on loan at Granada, but failed to make an impact breaking into the starting eleven, appearing only six times for the Andalucian club.
Genoa’s Eduardo is also a possible option for Granada, say Ideal.es. He was loaned to Braga last season, but is also rumoured to be a target for Levante this summer.
Were Fernandez to decide to leave Los Blancos this summer it would leave Real Madrid with a decision to either invest in a new third choice ‘keeper, or possibly promote either Fernando Pacheco, Ruben Yanez or Jacob Sanchez from Real Madrid Castilla.