Italian goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu is almost certain to leave Paris Saint-Germain before the summer transfer window closes, according to Le Parisien.
The Italy international has fallen behind Kevin Trapp and Alphonse Areola in the pecking order at Parc des Princes, and his representatives are trying to find him a new club.
After David Soria suffered a serious injury, Sevilla hope to recruit Sirigu on a season-long loan, but the player’s high wages could prove to be an issue.
Nevertheless, los Rojiblancos are speaking to the goalkeeper’s agents, who seem to hope the deal will go through.
“The deal is not yet agreed with Sevilla, but we hope that the situation will be clarified in the coming days,” Sirigu’s official representative has said.
Meanwhile, Everton and Hull City are also showing interest in the 29-year-old footballer, who wants to be guaranteed regular playing time after seeing his first team opportunities seriously limited at Parc des Princes.
Sirigu had made a total of 142 Ligue 1 appearances for the Saints in his first four seasons at the club, but he could only feature in three league games since Kevin Trapp joined the French champions.