Torino in talks with PSG custodian to replace Joe Hart
Torino are reportedly very close to agreeing a four-year contract with Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu.
The Serie A outfit are in search of a new shot-stopper, as Joe Hart is too expensive to buy outright and the Manchester City loanee made several mistakes during his stay at Torino, which ultimately proved to be too costly as the Serie A giants finished 9th in the table.
Torino are reportedly expected to put forward a four-year contact worth €1.3m per season plus bonuses, which would take it close to €2m in front of Sirigu.
PSG wouldn’t have any problem letting the goalkeeper leave after his loan spells withSevilla and Osasuna.
Sirigu used to play for Palermo before the Serie A outfit sold him to PSG for €4m in the summer of 2011.