Spanish club Sevilla and French champions Paris Saint-Germain have agreed on final details over the transfer of goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu.
After an injury to David Soria, who will be out until the end of September, Sevilla board decided to make a move in order to strengthen their options on the goal line.
And with former Sevilla boss Unai Emery favouring Kevin Trapp and Alphonse Areola at PSG, Rojiblancos turned towards their former manager to solve the goalkeeping issue.
Salvatore Sirigu had several offers on the table with the likes of Hull City and Everton both interested to sign the 29-year-old, but the Italian international shot stopper has set his heart on a move to Spain.
Sevilla have today confirmed that Salvatore Sirigu has already arrived at the club to complete his medicals and sign a deal with the reigning Europa League champions if all things go well.
Salvatore Sirigu was the first choice at PSG for four straight seasons, but his influence has been limited to only 3 appearances last term.