It’s the traffic jam. At PSG, the goalkeeper position is very, very provided, with the arrival this summer of Gianluigi Donnarumma, Euro MVP which he won with Italy, the loan returns of Alphonse Areola and Marcin Bulka, the extension of Alexandre Letellier and even the signing of the first professional contracts for young Mathyas Randriamamy and Lucas Lavallée. With Keylor Navas, Sergio Rico, Denis Franchi and Garissone Innocent, who has just been loaned, the score rose to ten goalkeepers. So who is going to go?

Lining Keylor Navas for two years, Sergio Rico (27) has moved back in the hierarchy. PSG therefore hopes to find a way out for him. But it will not be Lille. If the French champion has shown interest, the Spaniard will not join the North of France. LOSC leaders did not go beyond information gathering. PSG still hope to at least lend the Spanish goalkeeper, even if it means taking a large part of his salary in charge. Besides LOSC, Nice, Granada Valence, Brest, Besiktas and maybe even Rennes are looking for a goalkeeper this summer.

Loaned last season to Fulham, relegated to the Championship, Alphonse Areola (28) could return to the Premier League. Negotiations continue between West Ham and PSG for the 2018 world champion, but the English club are taking their time because they know they are in a strong position. Hammers manager David Moyes had Lukasz Fabianski of Poland (36) as his starter last season. Will he be able to count on an additional goalkeeper for the Premier League resumption on August 15 at Newcastle? It would probably work out for PSG.