Keylor Navas is the number two goalkeeper as manager Christophe Galtier made it clear that Gianluigi Donnarumma is the undisputed starter at PSG, which isn’t good for the 35-year-old considering the FIFA World Cup is in November.
Navas had previously been linked to Napoli, which reports recently suggested that the Serie A club was pursuing Chelsea’s Kepa Arrizabalaga. However, Il Mattino says that Chelsea wants to include various bonuses in Kepa’s loan to the Italian side.
According to the information, The Blues want €3 million if Napoli finishes in the top four of Serie A and €2.5 million if they advance to the UEFA Champions League Round of 16.
In total, the Serie A side would have to pay up to €11 million for the loan; as a result, Napoli is looking at alternatives to replace the outgoing goalkeeper David Ospina, with Navas back on the radar to replace the Colombia international.
Other alternatives for the Italian club are former PSG goalkeeper Kevin Trapp and Club Brugge’s Simon Mignolet.