Zinedine Zidane wants his son Luca to be Real Madrid's back-up goalkeeper next season behind first-choice Thibaut Courtois.
Los Blancos coach Zidane told Keylor Navas that he can leave this summer in a conversation between the pair last Friday.
When World Cup Golden Glove-winner Courtois arrived at Real Madrid last summer, he joined 32-year-old Navas and youngster Andriy Lunin as options between the sticks.
The board told Julen Lopetegui to ease Courtois into the starting position, with the end goal being the Belgian ending up the number one.
However, Lopetegui chose Courtois as his goalkeeper in LaLiga Santander and continued to play Navas in the Champions League.
After Santiago Solari replaced Lopetegui, Courtois was made indisputable first-choice 'keeper and Navas had to make do with Copa del Rey games only.
Ever since Zidane's return to the dugout, Navas seems to have reclaimed his place and there has been raging debate as to whether he or Courtois would end up leaving the club in the summer.