PSG, a start on very good track


By: Manu Tournoux

PSG could part with one of its goalkeepers during this winter transfer window.

Transferred in 2019 to PSG, Keylor Navas lost his number one place in the PSG cage with the arrival of Gianluigi Donnarumma in the summer of 2021. Loaned for six months last season to Nottingham Forest, the Costa Rican goalkeeper did not dispute the slightest minute of play since the start of the 2023-2024 financial year.

At the end of his contract on June 30, the former Madrilenian could even leave Paris this winter. And there is no shortage of requests. According to the PSG Inside Actu account, clubs from MLS, Saudi Arabia and Spain would be interested in the idea of ​​offering the services of the 37-year-old goalkeeper.

Navas deep in thought

“The Costa Rican is aware that this will surely be his last contract and wants to take the time to think before signing”, adds this same source. For their part, the Parisian leaders should not be too greedy, they who recruited Arnau Tenas this summer to be Donnarumma’s understudy. The Spanish goalkeeper even had the opportunity to play three matches, taking advantage of the Italian’s suspension and the Costa Rican’s injury.

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