Recently, RMC Sport reported that current Paris Saint-Germain youth product, Garissone Innocent, is likely to go out on loan for the 2020-21 season.
With Keylor Navas commanding the net and Leonardo, the capital club’s sporting director, looking for a backup for the Costa Rica international, it’s a sign that there won’t be playing time for Innocent.
Furthermore, at 20-years-old, the France international should be looking to gain starter experience rather than being a backup. It’s not suitable for his development and PSG won’t know what they have in their young keeper if he’s not playing often.
Loïc Tanzi of RMC Sport didn’t tweet out any clubs but just phrased it as “several Ligue 2 clubs and two foreign clubs are already in contact.”
Blessé à la cheville au mois de février, le jeune gardien du #PSG, Garisonne Innocent revient en forme. On se dirige vers un prêt cet été, plusieurs clubs de Ligue 2 et deux clubs étrangers sont déjà en contact #Mercato pic.twitter.com/89R9tS4xYK
— Loïc Tanzi (@Tanziloic) May 17, 2020
Well, it seems that the names are beginning to trickle out. According to Foot Mercato, Chamois Niortais F.C. and AS Nancy are the two Ligue 2 clubs showing interest. Meanwhile, K.V. Kortrijk is one of the foreign clubs looking to bring Innocent out to Belgium.
Foot Mercato concludes with information that suggests to them that more clubs will soon be inquiring over the services of the young keeper, who could take over for Navas in a few years.
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