Keylor Navas, the goalkeeper for Paris Saint-Germain, is said to have agreed to join Nottingham Forest..
According to the French newspaper L’Equipe, despite deliberating Forest’s offer for some time, the Costa Rican goalkeeper has finally accepted.
Although no agreement has been reached due to both clubs continuing to negotiate a final fee as well as the exact structure of a deal, the 36-year-old is undoubtedly on his way out of the French capital.
Following Dean Henderson’s recent thigh injury, Forest are in need of a goalkeeping replacement, and with the Englishman only on loan from Manchester United, Navas’ proposed arrival could solve both problems..
Since joining Paris Saint-Germain from Real Madrid in 2019, Navas has appeared in 108 matches across all competitions, keeping 50 clean sheets along the way..
Not only has Navas been a mainstay in the Parisians’ side for the majority of those four years, but given that he is now well into his thirties and the Ligue 1 giants also have Gianluigi Donnarumma, losing the Costa Rica international would not be the end of the world..
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