Keylor Navas questioned his future back in mid-July, debating leaving Madrid. At the time, he said his first choice was to stay because he did not find any other agreement that was satisfactory to all parties. Madrid put a high price on his transfer.
Things have changed since then and Navas recently announced he will be making a move. He’s headed to France to play for PSG. The decision was based on wanting more regular time playing than Madrid was offering. Zidane offered him some league games and the Copa Del Rey but he craves more. They ended the business relationship on good terms, wishing each other good luck.
Paris waits for the star player who helped Real Madrid win three Champions League, one Spanish League, four Club World Cups, three European Super Cups and one Spanish Super Cup. Keylor will go to the French capital on Thursday for medical exams and to sign the final contract.