The Costa Rican has spent almost the entire season as the second-tier goalie for Les Parisiens, which would make it easier for the team to strike a deal with him.

It seems that Al Nassr's spending spree is not over for the winter transfer window, and the Saudi Arabian club has now set its sights on hiring another legendary Real Madrid player currently living complicated moments in his club.

The team's hierarchy has already started negotiations to hire Keylor Navas away from PSG, and while the footballer is yet to step up and speak his mind regarding this deal, it seems that the Arabian club has a good chance of signing the footballer.

Navas would get to the team as their first-choice goalie, especially after Colombian shot-stopper David Ospina came down with an elbow injury just this Sunday. Ospina was enjoying a great season with only six goals conceded, and while his recovery period is not as long as some might think, the team is ready to hire Navas as a solid replacement and as a good alternative on the long run.

The main issue right now for this negotiation has to be Navas' willingness to join the Saudi Arabian team. The Central American player's contract with PSG is set to end this summer, and he is reportedly not ready to cut short his deal with Les Parisiens even if he has only played once for them this season. If Al Nassr can match Navas' salary at PSG, then the Arabians might have a chance to sign him for the rest of the season, which is the initial proposal by the Saudi club.

Be that as it may, negotiations could be swift as PSG are getting ready to make a trip to Saudi Arabia, where the Ligue 1 champions will face a squad that will include the best players from Al Hilal and Al Nassr, which means that we could also witness Cristiano Ronaldo's first game as a member of the Saudi Arabian Pro League.