Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Keylor Navas has made a decision over his future. The stopper will head back to PSG at the end of his loan spell but he’s itching to return to England.

According to Foot Mercato, the player has taken a liking to England. However, it’s thought that he’s not keen on a return to Forest for a second spell.

Forest Navas
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Navas joined Forest on loan in January just hours before the transfer window slammed shut. He was signed to replace Dean Henderson who picked up a season-ending thigh injury.

The 36-year-old has won three Champions League crowns during his career. As a result, the signing looked like a sound one, at least on paper anyway.

Navas didn’t disappoint. He has only kept two clean sheets but he’s been called upon on several occasions and has made some seriously good stops.

The man with over 100 caps for Costa Rica doesn’t seem keen on staying with Forest. He feels that he can still play for a top club and he’ll have a number of suitors from around the world.

Navas makes decision on future and Forest might be disappointed

The Reds will target Dean Henderson as their number-one priority for the position between the posts. However, they might have fancied landing Navas as well during the close season.

Steve Cooper is a big fan of working with two experienced goalkeepers. Frankly, it’s impossible to get more experience than Navas when it comes to playing in goal.

Forest Navas
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Navas has bizarrely had some critics this season. On his day, however, he’s come up trumps for Forest and helped them claim enough points to ensure safety.

The Reds will definitely need a goalkeeper this summer. Based on these reports, they might have a lot to do in order to convince Navas to re-sign at the City Ground.

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