Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich are thought to be looking for a new substitute goalkeeper and a replacement for Sven Ulreich, who will leave the Allianz Arena at the end of the current season.
And according to reports from Kicker, the Bavarians have set their sights on the Italian shot stopper Salvatore Sirigu.
The 30-year-old Paris Saint-Germain ‘keeper is currently loaned out to Osasuna, which is his second club this season following an unsuccessful loan spell at Sevilla at the beginning of the campaign.
The Italian international is not expected to return to Paris where he would be made the third choice behind Kevin Trapp and Alphonse Areola, which is why a move is on the cards.
Salvatore Sirigu is valued at €7 million, which is the amount Bayern Munich are willing to invest in order to buy his contract and make him a reserve choice for undisputed No.1 Manuel Neuer.
Sirigu joined PSG in 2011 on a €3.9 million deal from Palermo.
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