English giants Manchester United have been liked with a move for Paris Saint Germain keeper Keylor Navas.
Navas is said to be unsettled at PSG with the imminent arrival of keeper Gianluigi Donnarumma and will be seeking to move away from the club as he doesn't want to be an understudy to the Italian at the club.
It isn't the first time Navas is being linked with a move to Old Trafford. Back in 2015, a deal was agreed for Navas to join United from Real Madrid in a cash-plus-player exchange for David De Gea but a deal didn't materialize.
Navas ended up staying in Madrid for four more years, becoming a fan-favorite and an ever-present in a side that won three successive Champions League titles however he was eventually replaced in the starting line up by Thibaut Courtois, spending a season playing understudy to the Belgian before moving to PSG in 2019.
At PSG, he has been their undisputed number one keeper and signed a three-year extension at Parc des Princes earlier this year.
Navas exploits in Europe has seen him named the winner of UCL goalkeeper of the year twice; one apiece with Real and PSG – and winner of around one hundred international caps.
He is expected to cost just £10.3m from his suitors a sum that is affordable to most of the teams interested in his services.