FOOTBALL – PSG Mercato: Keylor Navas, a surprising scenario becomes clear!

Arrived in September 2019 from Real Madrid, Keylor Navas is tied to PSG until June 2024. But things could change.

Keylor Navas on the competition with Donnarumma

Performing well since his arrival at Paris Saint-Germain, Keylor Navas saw Gianluigi Donnarumma arrive during the last summer mercato. Left free by AC Milan at the end of his contract, the Italian Goalkeeper has committed to PSG after winning the Euro 2021. Voted best player of the continental tournament, the 22-year-old goalkeeper has signed a lease until June 2026. When asked about this competition, Navas was very clear.

It’s always good to have competition, but I think on a personal level, this situation is far from pleasant. I think we both like to play all the time, help the team. We have to try to earn our place every day, work and make the coach take us into account to play more, “explained the Costa Rican international. And according to the foreign press, the situation of the former Real Madrid Goalkeeper could change next summer.

PSG Mercato: A release order available for Navas?

At the age of 35, Keylor Navasp could throw in the towel in the competition with Gianluigi Donnarumma at Paris Saint-Germain. According to the information of the Spanish media Todo Fichajes, the former protected of Zinedine Zidane thinks he is too old to be a luxury understudy in a club. He wants to be an indisputable starter in a team that gives him 100% confidence and therefore would not rule out a departure from PSG.

A scenario to which the club of the capital would not necessarily be opposed if a suitable offer was made for the three-time winner of the Champions League (2016, 2017 and 2018). According to the same source, Juventus Turin, AS Roma and AC Milan have already inquired about him with a view to a transfer at the end of the season. According to the specialized website Transfermarkt, Navas is valued at 10 million euros. Leonardo could therefore have to manage an additional file in the coming months.

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