According to a report from Marca, PSG is negotiating a deal with Napoli to bring veteran goalkeeper Pepe Reina to France.
The report also states that PSG manager Unai Emery wants the 34-year-old Spaniard as the number one keeper, having lost confidence in Kevin Trapp.
The fee to get Reina out of Italy is reportedly around the €10 million mark, but PSG face an uphill battle if they wish to acquire the former Liverpool player.
For one, Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri sees Reina as a very valuable asset to the Partenopei, said he is a fan favorite at the Stadio San Paolo and has declared him untransferable.
Another hurdle is the fact that Reina does not have the best relationship with owner Aurelio De Laurentiis and he might not the goalkeeper leave until his contract expires in 2018.
Whether or not the two clubs will be able to make a deal remains to be seen, but should the deal go through it would cause quite the shake up for both teams.
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