Considering his current situation on the goalkeeper pecking order of PSG, where he sits behind Gianluigi Donnarumma and Keylor Navas, Arnau Tenas is reportedly considering a loan move away from PSG for the remainder of the season.
Tenas arrived from Barcelona last summer but he's lacking playing time this season. Spanish reports suggest that the 22-year-old goalkeeper may be considering a loan move himself, while PSG would also entertain the idea during the winter transfer window.
Tenas arrived at PSG for free after rejecting a contract from FCB last summer. He is now in a rather challenging position within the French squad blocked from playing time and facing strong competition as he shares the goal with Donnarumma and Navas, two widely renowned goalies in their prime.
Despite frequent call-ups by Luis Enrique, Arnau Tenas has yet to earn substantial playing time. He has always looked happy with his backup role and just being part of the PSG squad, but he surely doesn't want to stall his development.
Tenas is hoping to get minutes in the Coupe de France starting in January. However, Sport reported that PSG is contemplating a winter loan move for the Spanish goalkeeper if they decide to use Keylor Navas in the Coupe instead.
While the club views Tenas as a promising prospect for the future, the Spaniard could potentially gain valuable experience elsewhere instead of rotting on the bench of PSG this season.
While PSG keeps a close eye on the goalkeeper market, no specific destination has been mentioned by Spanish media sources at this time, per reports.