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La Liga News: 12 June 2015; Valencia Set Nicolas Otamendi Price Tag, Real Madrid Ask About Thibaut Courtois

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Madrid asked Chelsea about Courtois | Football Espana
The Daily Telegraph has reported Real Madrid enquired at Chelsea about the availability of Thibaut Courtois before moving for David De Gea. It’s said that Madrid were willing to pay some £37m for the Atletico Madrid title winner but were told they would have to increase their bid to £73m to have it accepted.

Keylor Navas 'relaxed' about Real Madrid future - ESPN FC
Keylor Navas is staying calm about his position at Real Madrid as speculation grows that Iker Casillas will leave the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu this summer, with David De Gea arriving from Manchester United. Navas joined Madrid for €10 million last summer, having impressed for Levante in La Liga and with Costa Rica as they made the World Cup quarterfinals.

Where did it go wrong for San Iker? | Football Espana
Once believed to be immortal, the past two years have shown that Iker Casillas is, at the end of the day, just a mere mortal. The end has been said to be coming for a while now, but this wasn’t the script that the goalkeeper would have chosen. Earlier this week, the Spanish national broadcaster, RTVE, announced that Casillas and Real Madrid had reached an agreement that would see him leave the club after decades of dedication.

Valencia want £36m for Utd target Otamendi | Football365
Otamendi has reportedly been earmarked as Louis van Gaal's top summer target, with the defender apparently keen on a move to Old Trafford. Reports in Spain claim United are preparing an offer for Otamendi, but the club's president Amadeo Salvo has warned they won't allow him to leave the Mestalla on the cheap.

Ian Cathro linked with Rangers after Valencia exit | Sky Sports
Valencia's Scottish assistant coach Ian Cathro has quit his position with the La Liga club - sparking suggestions he may be set for a move to Rangers. The 28-year-old is regarded as one of Europe's most promising coaches and has now returned to his native Dundee after standing down from his position at the Mestalla for family reasons.