Transfer completed for a big QSI star


PSG Mercato: The departure of Keylor Navas from Paris is becoming clearer. Final details remain to be finalized for his transfer to Naples.

PSG Mercato: The departure of Keylor Navas already recorded in Paris

After the transfer of Thilo Kehrer, Paris Saint-Germain intends to complete other sales by the end of the summer transfer window. Luis Campos and Christophe Galtier have initiated a real degreasing operation at PSG. Players who do not fit into the plans of the new Parisian coach train on the sidelines of the rest of the group. The club’s objective is to send them a clear message. They must find a new base.

Confirmed in his role as Gianluigi Donnarumma’s understudy this season, Keylor Navas is not pushed towards the exit. But the Costa Rican goalkeeper would not support playing the role of substitute for the second year in a row. Reason why the former Madridista is open to a departure. His management does not intend to oppose his transfer. Barring a change, the 35-year-old goalkeeper should join Naples.

Two options on the table for the departure of Navas

Keylor Navas on the departure to PSG

Willing to release Keylor Navas, the management of Paris Saint-Germain would study two formulas to sell their South American doorman. Foot Mercato indicates that PSG would study the possibility of terminating his contract. In this case, the goalkeeper would then commit for two years, plus an optional year, with Napoli. The other formula studied by the Ile-de-France board is a loan without option to buy from Navas to the Parthenopean club. It now remains to be seen which option will be favored by the capital club for its second goalkeeper.

The specialized site ensures that discussions are continuing between the different parties with a view to reaching an agreement. Recruiting for this position is a priority for the Italian club following the departure of David Ospina. Third in Serie A last season, Naples is housed in Pool A of the Champions League and will face Ajax, Liverpool and Glasgow Rangers.


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