Even as the winter transfer window is still ongoing, Paris Saint-Germain may already be faced with a dilemma for this year’s summer window.
As noted by the Spanish-based Todofichajes, veteran goalkeeper Keylor Navas is open to leaving PSG in the summer transfer window.
Navas sees that his future could now include leaving the Ligue 1 powerhouse, especially as he has been in a starting goalkeeper competition with Gianluigi Donnarumma this season.
As it stands, Juventus and AS Roma are two clubs that have an eye on pushing for a move to haul in the Costa Rican goalkeeper. Juventus has continued to feature Wojciech Szczesny as its starting goalkeeper, while Roma manager Jose Mourinho has called upon Rui Patricio to be the club’s main shot-stopper so far in the campaign.
The report added that PSG would be open to parting ways with Navas for a €10 million transfer fee.
Navas has two more seasons remaining on his current contract with PSG.