PSG: Donnarumma pressures their leaders over management of goalkeepers

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Gianluigi Donnarumma, like Keylor Navas a few days ago, believes “things should change” next season at PSG under the management of goalkeepers. However, the Italian goalkeeper assured that he should not leave the capital club.

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The question of managing goalkeepers continues to stir in Paris Saint-Germain. Following Keylor Navas’s recent outing of Mauricio Pochettino on the subject, it is Gianluigi Donnarumma’s turn to discuss his cohabitation with the Costa Rican goalkeeper. In an interview with Sky Sport, the former AC Milan player admitted that a change is needed.

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“With Navas, I have an excellent relationship, but as he also said, it is not easy to be with him, neither for him nor for me. Things must definitely change”, Europe 2021 with Squadra Azurra declared the champion. When asked about his appearance in the Paris staff the next season, the Italian made no secret: “Sure, yes”, he sighed.

Navas is on the same wavelength

After PSG’s victory at the lawns of Angers (3-0, Day 33 of Ligue 1) last Wednesday, Navas also sent a very clear message about his future. “We will see what happens in the future. My family is happy in Paris, I am happy here. We will see what happens, but it will have to change one way or another. Another”, had launched the former goalkeeper Canale + Real Madrid on the microphone of.

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A few minutes later, at a press conference, Mauricio Pochettino reacted, saying that the next season would see a change in this co-ordination: “The season has been what it has been and no other club in the world has had the same situation with their goalkeepers.” Cohabitation and competition have been good, but the future will be different.” There is agreement on this issue on all sides.

Asked by Italian television after receiving the PSG title on Saturday evening against Lens (1-1), Leonardo referred to the contest between Navas and Donnarumma. “When the time comes, we will have no problem making a decision,” assured the Capital Club’s sports director.

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