Considering PSG have two top-tier goalkeepers in their roster, trying to sign one of them is far from a bad idea. That's the conclusion Inter might have reached, as the latest reports coming from Italy point toward the Serie A giants bidding for one of the two Parisian goalies this summer.
Both Gianluigi Donnarumma and Keylor Navas are experienced veterans with ample experience at the top of the football pyramid. Sadly, only one goalkeeper makes it to the pitch each weekend and even with PSG featuring in multiple competitions both in domestic and continental grounds, Donnarumma got to start every single game over Navas last season.
The current (no typo) PSG manager, Christophe Galtier, always favored using Italy international Donnarumma over Navas, ultimately accepting to send the latter away on loan to Nottingham Forest of the English Premier League.
Now back in Paris, Navas might be on the move again with Inter seemingly interested in landing him if they lose their starting goalkeeper Andre Onana to Manchester United, according to information obtained by Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport.
Despite being under contract with PSG until June 2024, the Costa Rica international and reserve goalkeeper has no intention of remaining as an understudy to Donnarumma again next season.
Reports suggested that Navas had received offers from Saudi Arabia before his loan spell at Nott Forest, and that might again be the case this summer. That said, Gazzetta offered a much better option for Navas if their information is true: joining Champions League runner-up Inter Milan.
According to the outlet, Inter is considering bidding for Navas, as well as Hugo Lloris, Yann Sommer, and Giorgi Mamardashvili. Both Navas and Lloris are entering the final year under contract at PSG and Tottenham respectively, which might ease the negotiations to acquire them.
Whether it's Milan or elsewhere, the only thing clear is that Keylor Navas seems to have his days in the French capital numbered as long as he doesn't accept his reserve role ahead of next season. Expect more news on this front through the days and weeks ahead, because Navas' sale feels inevitable at this point.