According to Marca, Keylor Navas is getting closer to an agreement with Al Nassr. The Costa Rican is delighted with this proposal which presents itself to him but wishes to commit in the short term, where the Saudi club wants him to sign a longer contract.
Keylor Navas could well leave PSG by the end of January. While he has only played one game this season under the Parisian tunic (note, against Châteauroux in the Coupe de France), the Costa Rican arouses several desires. In Saudi Arabia, the powerful Al Nassr club are interested in the 36-year-old doorman after winning the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Saudi team is looking for a new goalkeeper as it has to deal with a major injury to David Ospina, its current goalkeeper. Driven by overflowing ambitions, Al Nassr is discussing the possibility of a transfer with Keylor Navas’ entourage and is now getting closer to an agreement, reveals Marca.
The Madrid sports daily confides that the 36-year-old Parisian goalkeeper is delighted with this possibility offered to him. A major point is always discussed, namely the duration of the contract. Keylor Navas would like to initial a short contract for the next six months with Al Nassr, where the Emirati team wants to hire him for a longer period.
In the event of an agreement with the Costa Rican, it will then be necessary to find one with PSG, who are determined to recover transfer compensation for their player under contract until June 2024.