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PSG goalkeepers have a problem

The capital club will have 10 goalkeepers under contract. Many of them have no choice but to leave the club.

Who will be the titular keeper at PSG next season? The question naturally arises since Gianluigi Donnarumma signed up with the second in the last French Ligue 1 Championship. With his status as European champion, the young Italian comes to compete with the experienced Costa Rican Keylor Navas.

But another problem exists in this position: the number of players under contract. They will soon be 10 to appear in the Parisian workforce. According to RMC Sport, who affirms it on Friday, Mathyas Randriamamy will initial his first pro contract with the capital club.

Read also: Donnarumma rescheduled by the League

In addition to the 18-year-old Navas and Donnarumma, PSG have Lucas Lavallée, also arrived this summer, Sergio Rico, Alphonse Areola, Marcin Bulka, Alexandre Letellier,  Denis Franks, and Garissonne Innocent.

The degreasing operation should not be a vain formula among Parisian goalkeepers.

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