LIGUE 1 – PSG – Keylor Navas on his “complicated situation” with Gigio Donnarumma: “That has to change” – Eurosport FR

Murdered in silence since the start of the season, Keylor Navas released his truths after the big Parisian victory this Wednesday in Angers (0-3). Is it the frustration born of the double shock against Real Madrid that he experienced entirely on the bench or the bad pass from Gianluigi Donnarumma that pushed him to speak? In any case, he did not elude that he was going through a complicated episode since Paris decided to put him in competition with the Italian European champion. A situation that has become untenable for the man who had brilliantly defended the Parisian goal in previous seasons since his arrival in 2019. Gianluigi Donnarumma and Keylor Navas in competition for PSG’s number one goalkeeper position.Credit: Getty ImagesIf PSG coach Mauricio Pochettino, alternates between the two international goalkeepers, without establishing a clear hierarchy, he very clearly chose Donnarumma for the big European posters. A decision that undoubtedly affected Navas. “I have a very good relationship with Gigio, I want to play every match, it’s a complicated situation, said the 35-year-old Costa Rican goalkeeper on Canal + after the victory in Angers. I’m happy in Paris, but we have to let that change.” Understand that he will undoubtedly ask for a departure if PSG does not separate from Donnarumma, whose whole Italy hopes for a return to Serie A this summer. Ligue 1Paris still closer to the title7 HOURS AGOPochettino: “There will surely be another management next year”Mauricio Pochettino did not say anything else in press conference. “There will surely be another management next year, said the technician, who may no longer be on the bench the following season. The competition has been good but the future will surely be written in different circumstances. is clear that both Keylor and Gigio want to play more.” “No club in the world has experienced such a situation with two number one goalkeepers at this level,” he added. But Paris may have paid for it, as evidenced by the Italian’s big canvas at the worst time, against Real Madrid in the knockout stages of the Champions League…Ligue 1PSG without Messi, Verratti and Kimpembe in AngersYEST 11:34Ligue 1Donnarumma, forty days in hell04/18/2022 At 16:03