Now, it seems like we were all wrong, as the French side are looking to add yet another rising star to its ranks, thus prompting Keylor Navas' exit from Parc des Prince the same way it happened during his stint at Santiago Bernabeu:
"PSG now look set to sign your Italian 'keeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, with Corriere dello Sport reporting that the Ligue 1 side are closing in on the AC Milan goalkeeper, who is available on a free transfer with his contract expiring at the end of June," reported Marca.
Keylor Navas Set To Leave PSG, Big Clubs Want To Sign Him
Navas is one of the best goalkeepers in the world so it won't take long before another club signs him. As a matter of fact, Marca also said that three European giants have already picked up the phone to ask about him and his 12 million euros fee.
Manchester United has been linked to almost every single player on Earth over the past 5 years or so. Let's not ignore the fact that David De Gea was nearly transferred to Real Madrid - to replace Keylor Navas - so it's not like his future is set in stone.
The Costa Rican goalkeeper has been rumored to join multiple English Premier League teams in the past and he'd be an obvious upgrade over De Gea, who's even lost his starting spot in the national team.
Juventus are going to go through some major changes next season, but adding a familiar face in the locker room could be more than enough to convince Cristiano Ronaldo of staying another season.
"Juventus know that Gianluigi Buffon will leave this summer, and he's expected to join Parma imminently, and could do with another option in goal," read Marca's report about the chance of him joining The Old Lady.
AC Milan would be another obvious likely landing spot for the former Real Madrid star. Gianluigi Donnarumma is set to leave the club and they'll need a replacement and there aren't many as good as Navas.
Milan are coming off an outstanding season at Serie A and want to add more pieces to prove that they're ready to compete at the highest level again, so adding Navas to an already promising squad would definitely point them in the right direction.