The Spanish youngster has urged the two clubs to come to an agreement, as he claims the opportunity of featuring for the Spanish champions has been a lifelong ambition of his
The 21-year-old attacker is on the wishlist of the Blancos, as they look to bolster their Castilla ranks, with Cordoba president Carlos Gonzalez revealing on Tuesday that he had snubbed the champions' first offer for the player.
Garcia has now attempted to distance himself from the reports about his future, but claimed it would be a dream to move to the Santiago Bernabeu.
"I will not force my exit from Cordoba," he told reporters at a press conference. "This is something that the two clubs must solve.
"I owe everything to Cordoba, who gave me the opportunity for Madrid to be interested in me.
"Real Madrid are Real Madrid, the best club in the world, and there is the chance to play there if I join Castilla. Whatever happens, happens.
"Ever since I was a kid, I have watched all of Madrid's stars play. I would like to play there, but I cannot think about that now, out of respect for Cordoba."
Garcia caught the eye of Madrid after netting 19 goals last season for Cordoba, who finished fifth in the Segunda Division.