Iker Casillas latest: Real Madrid keeper will leave at the end of next season
Real legend, 33, will play just one more year with boyhood club
Iker Casillas has agreed to play for Real Madrid for one more year, but will definitely move in the summer of 2015.
Casillas has played nearly 700 games for the club since his debut in 1999 but during the last 18 months has found himself restricted to cup games as Jose Mourinho and then Carlo Ancelotti elected to pick Diego Lopez.
The 33-year-old did captain the side to 'La Decima' the much-coveted tenth Champions League trophy, and has struck a deal with Real president Florentino Perez to stay with the club for a 16th season, according to AS.
Casillas is still club captain but played just two La Liga matches last season - though he did play 22 other games as Real won both the Champions League and the Copa del Rey.
A number of clubs have been monitoring Casillas, who has been at the club since he was just nine, with big spenders Paris Saint-Germain believed to be the frontrunners.
However, the Spaniard, who won has captained his nation to the three major international trophies, has been badly out of form at this World Cup, contributing to Spain's early exit from the torunament.
Casillas, who has 156 caps for Spain, has won five Spanish titles, two Copa del Rey's and three European Cups in his time at Madrid.
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