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Donnarumma would leave PSG over Keylor Navas' starting role

One of Mauricio Pochettino's biggest decisions at the start of this season has been to choose a first-choice goalkeeper between Keylor Navas and Gianluigi Donnarumma, and it's been a controversial call.

The Costa Rican has been selected ahead of the Italian at Paris Saint-Germain since the latter arrived from AC Milan in the summer.

Navas has played six games in Ligue 1, keeping two clean sheets, and played in two Champions League games, conceding just six goals with two clean sheets. Donnarumma, on the other hand, has played in four Ligue 1 ties and one European clash.

That could lead to Donnarumma's agent, Mino Raiola, looking to moving him on from Paris Saint-Germain to be first choice elsewhere, according to Calciomercato.com.

Navas currently has the confidence of PSG coach Pochettino, as well as his teammates. Thus it seems at the moment, Donnarumma will have to settle for a place on the bench and fight for a starting spot.

"There's no fight between Gigio and Navas at PSG, Gigio will play," Raiola had told RAI Sport a month ago.

Should the situation not change before the end of the season, Donnarumma's stay in Paris could be a short one.

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