Keylor Navas set to stay in Premier League but not with Nottingham Forest as two Big Six clubs plot transfer

KEYLOR NAVAS is set to stay in the Premier League – but not with Nottingham Forest.

That’s as reports suggest TWO clubs in the Big Six are eyeing a move for the former Real Madrid stopper.

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Navas joined Steve Cooper’s side on loan in January having lost his place in the Paris Saint-Germain starting XI to Gianluigi Donnarumma.

The 36-year-old has made 17 appearances and played a huge role in Forest’s successful Premier League survival bid.

And, according to Foot Mercato, the Costa Rica international would like to extend his stay in England once his temporary deal ends.

The reports adds that his high salary and ambitions mean he is unlikely to return to Forest.

Chelsea, Tottenham, Brentford and Leicester have been linked with a move for the shot stopper with all four clubs needing to sign a goalkeeper this summer.

Chelsea are in the market for a new stopper with the club open to the departure of both Kepa Arrizabalaga and Edouard Mendy.

London rivals Spurs are looking for a new number one as they seek a replacement for Hugo Lloris while Brentford are set to lose their number 1 David Raya.

And Leicester would need to stay up to stand any chance.


Navas is out of contract at PSG at the end of next season and wants the chance to win the Champions League with a new team.

Speaking to Canal+ he said: ” I feel capable of playing in any team.

“And we will see, in the future, what’s going on.”

He added: “If I have to go back and play, I feel capable of winning the Champions League with PSG.

“When I was there, we had the opportunity. We played in a final that the club had never reached before.”

Navas joined PSG from Real Madrid in the summer of 2019 and has made 71 appearances for the French giants.

The former Madrid keeper was a regular for the Parisians in his first three seasons at the club before they signed Donnarumma on a free from AC Milan.

He’s had a decorated career to date winning three Champions League titles with Real Madrid alongside to Ligue 1 titles with PSG.

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