Keylor Navas’s playing time at Paris Saint-Germain has been limited since manager Christophe Galtier named Gianluigi Donnarumma as the starting goalkeeper. Since PSG manager Christophe Galtier named Gianluigi Donnarumma as the team’s starting goalkeeper, Keylor Navas hasn’t seen any playing time. The transfer market has a few days left, and speculation that Navas will leave the capital club is growing.
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On Tuesday, Paul Taylor of The Athletic reported that Nottingham Forest had entered the bidding for the seasoned goalkeeper. Forest starter Dean Henderson in goal strained his thigh in the weekend win over Leicester City. The 25-year-old will most likely be out until late February. A few days remain in the transfer market, and speculation about Navas’s future with the capital club is heating up.
It was reported on Tuesday by Paul Taylor of The Athletic that Nottingham Forest is competing with other clubs for the services of the seasoned goalkeeper. In the weekend’s win over Leicester City, Forest’s starting goalkeeper Dean Henderson experienced a thigh strain. It’s possible that the 25-year-old won’t be able to play again until late February.
As a result, the 36-year-old with three UEFA Champions League titles is on Forest’s shortlist of potential new players. But they will have to fight for Navas. The Costa Rican international has been linked to the Cherries with Al-Nassr, a move that would reunite him with former Real Madrid colleague Cristiano Ronaldo in Saudi Arabia. The fact that Navas is tied to PSG until 2024 may complicate any transfer attempts.