Iker Casillas will leave Real Madrid in June if he is still not the club’s number one, according to reports.
The Spanish national team captain has had to play second fiddle to Diego Lopez in the League this season.
And AS claim that the goalkeeper is looking to leave Santiago Bernabeu in the summer if he is not part of Carlo Ancelotti’s domestic plans.
Casillas told El Hormiguero earlier this month: “Real Madrid is my here and now. I'm delighted to be here. In five or six years we'll see.”
However, the Madrid-based paper has insisted that the shot-stopper will wait until June and then decide his future.
Manchester City and Arsenal have both been linked with switches for the 32-year-old.