Italian goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu has admitted that he is open to anything as he looks to resolve his future this summer after spending the vast majority of the 2015/16 campaign on the PSG bench. Sirigu expressed himself in an interview with L’Équipe.
“I do not want to go through another year like this, but I still have two years on my contract. I am not at the end of my contract, like Ibra, for example… Today, I still feel like a PSG player. I will have to make a decision with my entourage. The most profitable for my future. Even if this experience allowed me to grow, I do not want to have another season like this one. The club knows that too, we will speak together because the decision will be made together… I am open to everything. The goalkeeper transfer window is not simple. I am ready to look at all serious projects, even possibly as a loan, but from teams that really want me. I have missed the Champions League this season.”