The Costa Rica goalkeeper says no agreement has been reached for him to sign for the Champions League winners, despite the fact they have reportedly met his €10 million release fee
The Costa Rica shot-stopper was instrumental in his nation's most successful World Cup campaign ever, famously saving from Greece striker Fanis Gekas as los Ticos won their second-round game 5-3 on penalties.
Navas is expected to make an imminent move to Madrid after the club agreed to pay Levante €10 million to activate his release clause and his agent confirmed talks were ongoing earlier this week.
However, the keeper is refusing to get carried away with the developments until the transfer is finalised, hinting that negotiations could go on for some time yet.
"I hope in the future to be talking differently with all of you and to tell you my situation," the 27-year-old told reporters.
"I hope things go well and can be sorted, but so far I have signed anything with anyone at the moment .
"I'm still waiting - that's where we are.
"I cannot say my representative is not in negotiations with a team but these things are not done overnight. There are many points at which you have to agree."
Navas has played 70 times for les Granotes since arriving from Albacete in 2012.