Gianluigi Donnarumma is unhappy at PSG, according to Il Corriere. The Italian goalkeeper has been relegated to the substitution, despite the fact that his arrival in Paris this summer is presumed to occupy the starting role. In fact, his representative, Mino Raiola, assured that there will be no competition with Keylor Navas: “With Navas there is no fight, play Gigio.”
However, at this start of the season it has been the Costa Rican who is being a fixture in the goalkeeper. Out of a total of nine games, the Italian international has only played two. Against Clermont Foot and then against Olympique de Lyon, in Ligue 1, he started off.
This has caused Donnarumma not to feel happy in Paris, the smile has disappeared from his face. Secondly, Mino Raiola will already be visualizing other scenarios for his client, such as a possible arrival at Juventus next summer if the situation does not change, according to the aforementioned Italian newspaper.
Keylor Navas is performing well and is leaving a difficult ballot for Pochettino when deciding on the goalkeeper. “The decision, when choosing, depends on the characteristics. The two goalkeepers perform exceptionally, even in daily training. It is a very difficult choice, but it is good to hear that both Navas and Donnarumma are attentive and can be headlines “assures the technician.
In addition, Il Corriere reveals that the Costa Rican is supported by the South American clan. Formed by Di Mara, Paredes, Marquinhos, Neymar, and now Messi is a very united group, which advocates for their ownership. While it is true that Gigio expected to have competition, he did not imagine the current situation, especially after proclaiming himself champion of the European Championship a few months ago.
However, the Italian goalkeeper points to ownership for this Saturday’s game against Montpellier. In this morning’s morning training Donnarumma, Rico, Letellier and Franchi have jumped, but Keylor Navas has not jumped to the grass. Pochettino will be able to give his third game to the former Milanese.