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The reasons why Keylor Navas could play in Major League Soccer

Paris Saint Germain is interested in the 21-years-old Italian Gianluigi Donnarumma, whose contract with Milan ends in 2021.

Keylor Navas at MLS?
Keylor Navas at MLS?

The Spanish newspaper Marca assured that the Costa Rican goalkeeper of Paris Saint Germain Keylor Navas would be close to play in the Major League Soccer. That is because the French club is interested in buying the 21-years-old Italian Gianluigi Donnarumma, whose contract with Milan ends in 2021.

Although Navas is one of the leaders of PSG, he could leave the club to avoid facing a tough competition with Donnarumma. The same situation happened when Navas was at Real Madrid: he left the club after the arrival of Thibaut Courtois, who had arrived from Chelsea. 

The 33-year-old goalkeeper is linked by contract with Paris Saint Germain until June 30, 2021. In case Navas tears up his term contract, he could choose to play the last years of his career in Major League Soccer, according to Marca newspaper. However, he is likely to receive offers from European teams.

After his debut at Saprissa in his country home, Navas went to Albacete in 2010, and then to Levante, both from Spanish's LaLiga. Thanks to his good performance, he joined Real Madrid in 2014 for 10 million euros. There, he won three consecutive Champions League. In 2019, he became a player of Paris Saint Germain.

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