Despite the tenure of Gianluigi Donnarumma on Saturday against Clermont, Keylor Navas should officiate in the Parisian goals in Bruges on Tuesday. At least that’s the feeling of Laure Boulleau.
This is one of the main uncertainties of the composition that Mauricio Pochettino will deliver on Tuesday for the first release of the PSG in the Champions League. Who of Keylor Navas or from Gianluigi Donnarumma will officiate in the Parisian goals against Bruges?
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While he had so far been systematically aligned, the Costa Rican goalkeeper had to be content with a substitute role on Saturday against Clermont, his Italian rival, taking advantage of his first tenure with the Red and Blue. A logical choice after all, given the late return of the former Madrid player after the international break.
According to Laure Boulleau, Keylor Navas should also find his place in Parisian goals on Tuesday. “It will be scrutinized, but I think it’s Keylor Navas who will play against Brugge. It’s going to be complicated for Mauricio Pochettino to kidnap Keylor Navas in a somewhat unfair and arbitrary way, she confided on the Canal Football Club set. Donnarumma has just arrived… I can’t imagine Navas not starting this match, otherwise he could lose it. We know that the South Americans are very united, it could strain the locker room. I don’t see Pochettino shooting himself in the foot right away. »
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