Paris SG have ended their interest in Marco Storari after Juventus aimed high in terms of a transfer fee.
The French club were interested in the veteran shot-stopper and had offered the Turin giants €3m for him.
However, according to Sky Sport Italia, Juventus asked the French giants for a fee of €5m for the 34-year-old.
That is deemed as excessive by PSG, especially as the Old Lady signed the same player just 12 months ago for €4.5m.
Juve made a move for the former Milan and Sampdoria man after Gigi Buffon picked up a serious injury at World Cup 2010.
Earlier today, PSG confirmed the capture of Jeremy Menez from Roma.
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