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The incredible record that PSG will achieve with one of its incorporations

By Alexis Almosnino

The incredible record that PSG will achieve with one of its incorporations

The signing of Gianluigi Donnarumma is a matter of time at PSG in the transfer market. The arrival of the Italian will leave an overcrowding of goalkeepers with a first-team record.

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The arrival of Gianluigi Donnarumma to Paris Saint Germain is sung, according to sports media in France in the face of the summer pass market. The official announcement of the club must take place immediately after the Eurocup (Italy will play the final against England this Sunday) and this incorporation will increase the number of goalkeepers who have a first team card.

This unusual situation has been revealed by the newspaper L’Equipe which, at the same time, explained what will happen to each of the footballers. One month after the start of the 2021-22 season, it is unlikely that ‘Les Parisiens’ will register such a large number of goalkeepers on the official roster, so the future of several of them is far from the Parc des Princes.

The French newspaper pointed out that "Gigi" Donnarumma, Keylor Navas and Alexandre Letellier are part of coach Mauricio Pochettino's plans. So far, the Costa Rican is the owner of the arc at PSG, but the arrival of the Italian could jeopardize his place in the eleven. While Letellier, who was the third in dispute last season, will repeat that same role.

In this context and with the goalkeepers confirmed for the Argentine strategist's project, Sergio Rico and Alphonse Aréola are expected to leave, although there are no offers for any. The Spanish did not meet expectations as Keylor's second and the Frenchman spent the previous year in the ranks of Fulham in the Premier League and before in Real Madrid.

The rest of the goalkeepers with a first-team record are: Denis Franchi, Garissone Innocent, Lucas Lavallée and Marcin Bulka. However, they will not be considered by Pochettino either, so the club must find a way out for these players and, incidentally, lighten the number of members in the professional squad.

Likewise, PSG needs to sell cash to balance the accounts and not have problems with the bodies in charge of reviewing the finances of each club in France. So far, ‘Les Bleus’ have invested in the arrivals of Hakimi Achraf, Georgino Wijnaldum, Sergio Ramos and soon by Gianluigi Donnarumma.

 


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