French daily newspaper L’Equipe is reporting that Valencia are considering a move on Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu.
Los Che are in the market for a high-profile shot-stopper due to the fact that Diego Alves is set to miss a large chunk of the season through injury.
And with PSG recruiting Kevin Trapp from Eintracht Frankfurt, Valencia aim to offer Sirigu an escape route from Parc des Princes.
The Italy international has done pretty well since joining from Palermo, but he is not too happy about the arrival of one of Germany’s most talented goalkeepers.
Laurent Blanc and his coaching staff rates Sirigu highly and will attempt to persuade him to stay, but it remains to be seen whether Valencia will come forward with an official proposal.
Salvatore Sirigu, 28, has made a total of 142 Ligue 1 appearances since arriving from Palermo four years ago, while he has earned 14 Italy caps despite playing second fiddle to Gianluigi Buffon.