|Name||Jesús Navas González|
|Club Squad No.||7|
|Nation Squad No.||22|
 PES 4 - PES 6
Navas made his PES debut in PES 4 with Sevilla after being promoted through the ranks and was considered a highly rated winger in Master League due to his development but not considered an elite player. Navas remained in the first team for Sevilla throughout the installments of the game and has been considered a vital player along with the likes of Julio Baptista, Javier Saviola, Javier Chevanton and Luis Fabiano.
 PES 2008
Despite being a very promising winger he receives a very unusual development curve for a youngster at his age as he peaks very early, making him a very worthwhile signing at the start of Master League, but not so much as the seasons go on, as his stats start to deteriorate after his peak is reached.
 PES 2009
Navas receives a similar development curve to his previous one meaning that he develops more quickly and has blistering pace after only a few seasons development. He is outshone on this version by fellow winger Diego Capel who has a much better development curve than Navas.
 PES 2010
Navas receives a Preset Face for the first time alongside Capel.
 Playing Style
Navas is a traditional pacy winger who is best known for his surging runs and dribbling skills making him perfect for counter attacks. Navas' position is a predominately right winger but is also capable of playing on the left which is usually occupied by Capel or Diego Perotti.
Due to suffering from Chronic Homesickness, and in 2009, Navas had yet to receive his first team cap for Spain as he has walked out of their training camps numerous times, making it unlikely for him to transfer clubs in the near future.
He overcame this condition, however, and was called up to the National Team in 2009 and was also part of the Spanish National Team that won the World Cup in 2010. As of today, he has 9 international caps and one goal (on the 3rd of June, 2010, in a friendly against South Korea).