Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas has reportedly emerged as a summer transfer target for Benfica.
After a five-year spell which has led to 162 appearances in all competitions, Navas will leave the Bernabeu this summer in search of a new challenge.
A report at the weekend indicated that the 32-year-old's wage demands may scupper an exit, although A Bola now claim that Benfica are looking to sign the Costa Rica international.
The report says that club president Luis Filipe Vieira has travelled to Madrid in a bid to get a deal over the line in the coming days.
Benfica are also on the brink of signing Real's fringe striker Raul de Tomas, who has spent the last two years on loan at Rayo Vallecano.