Date:9th July 2015 at 8:53pm
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Roma have reportedly made an offer for Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu.

The Italian international looks set to be usurped as the number one goalkeeper next season as the Ligue 1 champions have bought German shot-stopper Kevin Trapp from Eintracht Frankfurt, and so it is believed PSG would be open to offers for Sirigu.

As reported by France Football, Roma have shown the most interest in the 28-year-old so far and have already made an offer to bring him to the Stadio Olimpico, for a fee believed to be around €11 million.

The bid looks likely to be considered and a deal might happen, as Les Parisiens believe that Sirigu is a good goalkeeper for Ligue 1, but does not have enough quality compared to other keepers when competing in the Champions League.

Sirigu joined the French side in 2011 and has 77 clean sheets in 178 appearances for them.