Paris Saint-Germain keeper Salvatore Sirigu could leave the French champions as soon as January after losing his starting spot this season to summer acquisition Kevin Trapp.
According to Goal.com, Laurent Blanc has elected to start German goalkeeper Kevin Trapp consistently this season over the once favored starter in recent years Salvatore Sirigu. The Italian international is not happy with losing his starting position and could play his last game for PSG in January.
“Things are clear. I am happy with all three: Trapp, Sirigu and Douchez. They have different situations. Now it is early to talk about it, but in January could open some doors.” said Blanc, with his preference of playing Trapp so often this season Sirigu has only one appearance in Ligue 1 this year. This must certainly mean an exit for Sirigu is in the near future. The Italian must seek playing time once again especially with Euro 2016 coming this summer and many players fighting for a spot in Antonio Conte’s Azzurri. The Former Palermo man does not want his lack of play to affect his chances of making it to the Euro in France with the Azzurri. Milan and Roma could be possibilities for Sirigu and both teams could use his experience.