Costa Rican international Keylor Navas has agreed terms with PSG behind Real Madrid's back. According to 'ABC', the keeper will sign a 3-year deal, earning €7m per season, €2m more than he currently earns in Madrid. Keylor would replace the outgoing Gianluigi Buffon in PSG's squad.
In contrast to Madrid's rush to push out an official statement whenever they've been rumoured to be in talks with a PSG player - Neymar or Mbappe - the French giants have done this all behind Los Blancos' backs.
However it won't be too much of an issue because Madrid are happy to let Keylor find a new club after informing him he would be second choice to Thibaut Courtois from now no. Madrid hope to bring in €20m for the stopper as they continue their squad overhaul.
Benfica were also interested in Keylor, and have been in talks over a deal for Cillessen recently too, but it appears PSG are his most likely destination.