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TORINO - A further Italian club after star goalie SIRIGU

28.02.2020 12.46 by Claudio Colla  read 298
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More and more likely to leave Torino during next summer, Italian international goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu (33), already tracked by both AC Milan and AS Roma, has been targeted by Napoli as well. Azzurri management had actually tried to sign former PSG stopper, playing for Granata since 2017/18, during 2018 summer market session. Toe-to-toe with Rossoneri goalie Gianluigi Donnarumma on national team "N°1" position, Sirigu is meant to be traded on an about 14 million euros transfer fee.

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