Keylor Navas, the goalkeeper of PSG, confided in the pages of France Football, revealing an interesting anecdote about Kylian Mbappé.
Keylor Navas explained that he had received signs from God that helped him make the decision to leave Real Madrid in 2019 to join Paris Saint-Germain.
The Costa Rican goalkeeper led PSG to their first-ever Champions League final in their first season at the club, but the French were beaten in the final by Bayern Munich, whom they will face again in the quarter-finals this year.
In an interview for France Football, Navas explained that when he made the decision to leave Real Madrid he went through “a difficult period” and that “there are times when you have to choose”.
However, he made it clear that Los Blancos, his former teammates and Zinedine Zidane all treated him well, but also said that “there are things that cannot be controlled”, without specifying what he was referring to.
“I trusted in God, who guided me towards an exit from Real Madrid,” Navas concluded.
The PSG goalkeeper also pointed out that a few of his teammates, including one of the stars of the team Kylian Mbappé, are learning Spanish, while Navas tries to help them improve their vocabulary.
A revelation that will certainly interest Real Madrid supporters …
Keylor Navas also spoke of the shock against Bayern Munich and tried to deliver the keys to beat the reigning European champion: “Against them, no mistake is allowed. To win, you must not miss it, it We have to show that we are present. Of course, we are human, so we can be overwhelmed sometimes, but I am convinced that with all our qualities we have the weapons to win “.
The clash between PSG and Bayern Munich will be the opportunity to witness an XXL distance duel between two of the greatest goalkeepers currently: Keylor Navas and Manuel Neuer. The PSG goalkeeper spoke of his Bavarian counterpart: “It is true that he is a great goalkeeper. But I do not see things in a personal way. We are not going to play a tennis match. We will not be not face to face, one against the other “.