Arsenal and Manchester City target Iker Casillas has again expressed his desire to stay at Real Madrid despite his reduced first-team status at the Bernabeu. Former Real boss Jose Mourinho dropped Casillas last term and his successor Carlo Ancelotti has also used Diego Lopez as his first-choice goalkeeper. Casillas' involvement has been limited to cup competitions - namely the Champions League and Copa del Rey - and reports in Spain earlier this month claimed he would consider a switch to the Emirates next summer if his first-team prospects do not improve. However, the Spain international insists he is fully committed to his boyhood club and is not thinking of leaving anytime soon. "Today I want to stay at Real Madrid and win 'La Decima' (the tenth European Cup)," he is quoted as saying in Spanish newspaper Sport.
Casillas to snub Premier League duo and stay at Real Madrid
talkSport | Dec 21