Keylor Navas joins PSG

Real Madrid goalkeeper, Keylor Navas, is set to leave for Paris Saint-Germain, Sky Sports reports.

The move for the Costa Rica international would see PSG’s Alphonse Areola head the other way.

It would be a second spell in LaLiga for Areola, who previously played for Villarreal.

Navas signed for Madrid from Levante in 2014, after impressing at the World Cup in Brazil.

However, Navas is being forced to leave, after Los Blancos boss, Zinedine Zidane, made it clear that Thibaut Courtois will be first choice this season.

The 32-year-old has made over 100 appearances for Real, winning three Champions Leagues and one La Liga crown. He has also lifted four FIFA Club World Cups, three UEFA Super Cups, and the Supercopa De Espana.

No deal yet for Neymar’s return to Barcelona

Barcelona has denied a deal to seal Neymar’s return to the Nou Camp has been completed.   

Sky Italia reported earlier in the day that the big-money move was close to being finalised – however the Spanish champions have insisted a deal is not yet done.

According to Mundo Deportivo, the Catalan giants said the reports were ‘false’ as Barcelona cannot agree to include Ousmane Dembele as part of the deal.

Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu and his PSG counterpart Nasser Al-Khelaifi were in Monaco yesterday for the Champions League group stage draw. 

The two clubs had been in long-running talks over the 27-year-old Brazilian, who left Barcelona for Paris in a world-record £200million deal in 2017. 

The Brazil international completed training with his team-mates in Paris on Friday.

Neymar looked in good spirits as he ran through a series of drills with compatriot and team-mate Thiago Silva. 

With the European transfer window set to close on Monday, PSG had reportedly rejected an offer of £118m, plus Ivan Rakitic, Jean-Clair Todibo and a season-long loan for Dembele. 

PSG was holding out for a fee much closer to the £200m they paid, while Barcelona’s rivals Real Madrid were said to be preparing their own big-money offer.

The initial reports suggested, however, believed that the above players – excluding Dembele – formed part of an agreement reached.

Neymar spent four seasons in Spain, scoring 101 goals in 185 games, before leaving for the Ligue 1 champions.

Despite winning four major titles across two seasons in France, Neymar has reportedly been keen on a departure.

If the deal does go through he will also team up with fellow new-boy Antoine Griezmann who completed a £108million move from Atletico Madrid during the summer.

He will also reunite with Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi, the three have formed a lethal combination together.
Played together upfront, they won two La Liga titles, in 2014 and 2015, as well as the 2015 Champions League. 


All of the 1,000 Paris Saint-Germain shirts with a large image of the Notre-Dame in place of the sponsor’s logo sold out within half an hour and the profit has been given to emergency services, the club said on Monday.

The jerseys were replicas of those which the French champions wore in their Ligue 1 victory over Monaco on Sunday.

“Notre-Dame” replaced the player names on the back of the shirts.

“500 on the internet, 250 in the megastore, 250 in the Champs-Elysees,” PSG tweeted in reference to how the tops were sold.

Each shirt cost 100 euros ($122) but the Parisian outfit refused to say how much money had been given to the charities associated with the fire service in the French capital.

he iconic Paris cathedral was damaged in a spectacular blaze last Monday.