Juventus reportedly want to sign PSG’s Salvatore Sirigu as their reserve goalkeeper and loan out Neto.
Gianluigi Buffon is the Bianconeri’s undisputed number one, but Sirigu losing his place to Kevin Trapp this season could result in the Old Lady make a move.
Gazzetta dello Sport reports today that Juve are willing to let Neto go out on loan next season, as the Brazilian has become frustrated at his lack of first team football.
Sirigu is their number one target to step in as deputy to Buffon, in the same way he has done for Italy in recent years.
The former Palermo stopper has a contract with the French champions running until 2018, but the outlet believes Juve will open talks to understand if they are willing to sell.
The newspaper believes this is likely as PSG had already considered a sale in January, have confirmed Trapp as their number one and want to bring back young goalkeeper Alphonse Areola from his loan at Villarreal this summer.
The alternative option for Juventus remains Lazio goalkeeper Federico Marchetti, according to the report.