PSG have NINE keepers on books after Gianluigi Donnarumma transfer including Champions League winner and West Ham target
ONE THING Paris Saint-Germain won't be short of next season is goalkeepers.
PSG have found themselves lumbered with NINE stoppers ahead of the up-coming Ligue 1 campaign.
And ex-Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has the improbable task of keeping them all happy.
Football pundit Gary Lineker quipped that he can't see how the Argentine's side can concede any goals with that many goalies on Twitter.
Competition for the No.1 spot at the club is already rife and has just become even more intense following the signing of Italian ace Gianluigi Donnarumma from AC Milan on a free-transfer.
The 22-year-old, who was named Player of the Tournament as Italy won Euro 2020, penned a five-year deal with the French giants.
Donnarumma's move to the French capital has already caused some friction at the club.
Their present No1 Keylor Navas blasted PSG's decision to bring in a new pair of hands.
Along with Donarumma and Navas, they have Marcin Bulka, Denis Franchi, Sergio Rico, Alexndre Letellier, Garrisone Innocent and Lucas Lavellee vying for the spot.
Upon hearing the news of Donnarumma's imminent arrival, the Costa Rican took to Instagram to vent his frustation.
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The ex-Real Madrid star, who won three consecutive Champions League trophies in Spain, wrote: "Offer your absence to those who do not value your presence."
Manchester United could offer the disgruntled Navas a lifeline if the situation at Le Parc des Princes gets worse.
The Red Devils are said to be keeping tabs on the 34-year-old, who kept 19 clean sheets in 46 games last season.
PSG will most certainly have to off-load some of their keepers to quell the growing discontent at the club.
Alphonse Areola looks likely to be the first casualty with West Ham in talks to bring him to East London on loan next season.
If the negotiations are successful, the Hammers will have the option to keep the 28-year-old permanently after the loan stint, according to Sky Sports.
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