Real Madrid has completed the signing of Keylor Navas from Levante on a six-year deal.
The goalkeeper was one of the best goalkeepers in La Liga last season with Levante and followed up his stellar 2013-14 by starring with Costa Rica at the World Cup, reaching the quarterfinals thanks to his heroics between the sticks.
Levante president Quico Catalan confirmed last week that his club was in talks with Real over a potential transfer, and the European champions have now completed the formalities of the deal.MORE: Biggest summer transfers | Soccer's beautiful fans
"Real Madrid CF and Levante UD have reached an agreement for the transfer of the player Keylor Navas, who is linked to the club over the next six seasons," an official statement read. "The player will be presented on Tuesday, August 5, at 13:00CET at the Bernabeu, after undergoing the relevant medical examination."
Navas, 27, was Levante's first-choice goalkeeper last season, having previously played second fiddle to Gustavo Munua at the Valencia-based club.
During the World Cup, he kept clean sheets against England and Italy, before also remaining unbeaten for 120 minutes against the Netherlands, which ultimately saw off Costa Rica in a penalty shoot out to reach the semifinal.