Club America Coach Open to Signing Keylor Navas
Club America coach Fernando Ortiz has expressed interest in signing Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Keylor Navas. The Costa Rican joined Forest on loan from PSG during the January transfer window and has been a regular fixture in the team. Navas has played 10 times for the Reds during the current campaign, but has spoken about his future beyond this season. In comments to Paramount+, he said, « Mexico has great teams, for me. I would like to play for [Club] America. That’s the truth. » Ortiz has now responded, saying, « All the elite players want to play for Club America. If Keylor Navas was available and in suitable condition, we would consider him in the future to add to that position. »
Nottingham Post to Release Special Edition Celebrating Brian Clough
To mark 30 years since Brian Clough left Nottingham Forest, the Nottingham Post will release a special edition celebrating his trophy-laden time with the club. Clough won two European Cups, a league title, two European Super Cups, and four League Cups during his tenure. The souvenir edition will include interviews with former Reds players, stunning images from the picture archives, columnists, and more. It will be available for pre-order on April 19th and will be posted worldwide.
In conclusion, Keylor Navas has expressed interest in playing for Club America, and the team’s coach has responded positively to the idea. Meanwhile, Nottingham Forest fans can look forward to a special edition of the Nottingham Post celebrating the legacy of Brian Clough.
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