Germany goalkeeper Kevin Trapp has admitted that he may be forced to leave Paris Saint-Germain in search of first team football.
The former Eintracht Frankfurt shot-stopper has fallen behind Alphonse Areola in the pecking order and he is worried the lack of playing time could see him lose his place in the Germany squad ahead of the 2018 World Cup finals.
Trapp is happy to fight for his place at Parc des Princes, but admits that a January exit is a realistic possibility.
“The situation is complicated for me. I will fight, I have no choice,” Trapp said following Germany’s 2-2 draw with France.
“I feel good in Paris, but if I want to go to the World Cup, and that’s my big goal, I know I have to play.”
Borussia Dortmund are believed to be considering a January bid for Kevin Trapp as they are not entirely satisfied with first choice keeper Roman Burki.
While the 27-year-old had made 59 Ligue 1 outings during the first two years at Parc des Princes, he has yet to feature in the league this season.
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