Two-time Goalkeeper of the Year hints at exit amid Liverpool interest

Paris Saint-Germain star Salvatore Sirigu has admitted that he is not certain of his future at the club amid interest from Liverpool, according to reports from the Daily Star.

Sirigu joined PSG back in the summer of 2011 and became a mainstay for the French side, winning the Ligue-1 Goalkeeper of the Year accolade in two successive seasons from 2012-2014.

However, the Italy international has lost his place to German shot-stopper Kevin Trapp this term, and his lack of first team football has alerted several top clubs around the continent.

The Reds have been in search of a quality goalkeeper to replace Simon Mignolet and sees the 28-year-old as the perfect candidate, and could make a move this month during the transfer window.

And it seems Sirigu is open to an exit, with the former Palermo ace hinting that PSG’s 1-0 win over Wasquehal could have been his last game for the club.

He said: “Was this my last game for Paris Saint-Germain?

“I don’t know, I’m not the one you should be asking.

“You should ask the Coach or the director of sport. Me, I simply don’t know.”

Sirigu only made two appearances in all competitions this season, keeping two clean sheets.