• Gianluigi Donnarumma is expected to take over from Keylor Navas as PSG's main goalie
  • Navas expresses his disdain over the move on social media
  • Several clubs are willing to take in Navas

Gianluigi Donnarumma is set to join Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer from AC Milan, and Keylor Navas seems not happy about it.

As the main goalkeeper for PSG, the 34-year-old might be looking at a repeat of his time with Real Madrid when Los Blancos moved to sign Thibaut Courtois from Chelsea in the summer of 2018.

Navas has even sent out a cryptic message on his social media upon the Donnarumma news.

The Costa Rican might be looking at a move away from PSG after this recent development, and major clubs around Europe are closely monitoring the situation in Paris. This includes teams such as Juventus, Manchester United and AC Milan.

Gianluigi Buffon is set to leave Juventus for his boyhood club Parma after 20 years, leaving a gaping hole in the goalkeeper position.

The Red Devils are in a bit of a bind as Dean Henderson is looking to take over the position from David de Gea after a two-year loan spell at Sheffield United.

As of this writing, Manchester United has already released Sergio Romero and is taking a very close look at the Henderson-de Gea situation before making a move as it will have big implications for the club’s future.

Being linked to AC Milan should be no surprise as the club has suddenly lost their keeper of the future and quickly moved to sign Mike Maignan from Lille for €13 million (roughly $15.85 million).

Luring the disgruntled Navas away from PSG would be a solid move for the Rossoneri as it gives them more stability and options moving forward.

Costa Rica Keylor Navas
Costa Rica keeper Keylor Navas saves Greek forward Theofanis Gekas’s penalty attempt in Los Ticos 1-1 (5-3) victory in the Round of 16. Reuters

The veteran shot-stopper has been key to PSG’s multiple silverware in the past two years, but with the looming arrival of Donnarumma after completing his medical, Navas may be better off pondering his future elsewhere to a club that will appreciate his talents.

Navas is still worthy of being a first-team option, but he may have to make a choice between playing backup to the phenomenal Donnarumma or finding a new home.