Paris Saint-Germain director has opened up on Gianluigi Donnarumma's lack of football since joining the Ligue 1 champions.
Donnarumma joined PSG on a free transfer after his contract with AC Milan expired at the end of the season. The Italian has made a single appearance since his move to the Ligue 1 giants with Mauricio Pochettino preferring Kaylo Navas.
However, Leonard says he isn't concerned about the Italian playing just once for Pochettino so far.
"Why is it complicated? It's complicated not to have them. Today, we create competition everywhere. We are talking about a 22-year-old goalkeeper and Navas is 34," he told Canal Plus.
"Having them, we will manage and talk, but everything is clear. Not just for the two goalies, but for everyone. It is the coach who will decide. When there are reactions, we will manage. It gives us the real competitiveness we want. "
The 22-year-old signed a four-year deal with PSG until the summer of 2026.
“They’ve invested a lot more than PSG”— Dougie Critchley (@DougieCritchley) September 15, 2021
Messi: €35m p/season
Ramos: €12m p/season
Donnarumma: €12m p/season
Wijnaldum: €10m p/season
Hakimi: €63m fee
Chelsea made a €2.3m net profit in transfer fees, nice try Poch! pic.twitter.com/gXNC0ml5XK