Iker Casillas has reportedly met with Real Madrid president, Florentino Perez, to discuss his future at Bernabeu.
The breakfast was also attended by club CEO, Jose Angel Sanchez, and Carlo Cutropia, the player’s agent.
Marca reports the discussion between the two sides to go along the following lines, as Perez reportedly said: "Okey, Iker, down to business - what do you want?"
Casillas replied: "I have come to say that I want to stay at Real Madrid, presi,” to which Florentino interrupted, "and I want you to stay and I'm not going to let you go, so that's settled then.”
The rest of the conversation was based on this mutual desire to carry on as is, but didn’t lay down any conditions.
The Real captain, who only ever played for the Los Blancos, wanted to assure the club that there is no truth in rumours of him leaving Bernabeu.
Marca reports at no moment they discussed Casillas’ starter status, which the 32-year-old has lost to Diego Lopez under Jose Mourinho in 2012.
However, Casillas, did start in the Copa del Rey as well as in the Champions League, which Real both won, while Lopez received some critic for his performances in La Liga.
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