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Tuesday June 13 2017
Hart considers Torino comeback

Joe Hart could stay on at Torino after becoming disillusioned with the other alternatives and Manchester City, claims Tuttosport.

The goalkeeper tried to rediscover some of his confidence during this season in Serie A, even if the Granata had one of the worst defensive records in the division, conceding 66 goals in 38 rounds.

With the loan spell expiring and Manchester City demanding a huge transfer fee, Hart is said to be unimpressed with the West Ham United idea.

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Tuesday June 6 2017
‘Milan, pay up for Belotti’

Torino sporting director Gianluca Petrachi says Milan haven’t bid for Andrea Belotti - “if they want him they’ll have to pay up”.

The Italian international scored 26 Serie A goals this season, and it was reported last night that the Rossoneri had scheduled a meeting to discuss a move for him.

Belotti has a €100m release clause, but it’s only valid for clubs outside of Italy and the Granata are in no mood to give discounts to the Diavolo.

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Saturday June 3 2017
Sirigu close to Torino

Torino are reportedly very close to agreeing a four-year contract with Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu.

The Ligue 1 giants would have no problem letting the shot-stopper leave after his loan spells with Sevilla and Osasuna.

Sirigu is also apparently prepared to take a small pay cut and sign a four-year contract worth €1.3m per season plus bonuses, which would take it close to €2m.

Both Sky Sport Italia and Tuttosport are confident the breakthrough is imminent for the 30-year-old.

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Thursday May 25 2017
Torino face Sirigu wage issue

Torino are looking to the post-Joe Hart era with Salvatore Sirigu, but the Paris Saint-Germain-owned goalkeeper’s wages are an issue.

The 30-year-old Italian has had a rough couple of years since losing his place at PSG.

He had a loan spell at Sevilla and is now still in Spain with Osasuna, but under contract with the Parisians until June 2018.

According to Tuttosport, Torino have approached Sirigu with an offer, but the only sticking point is his salary.

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Saturday May 13 2017
Tatarusanu option for Torino

Torino could ask Fiorentina for Ciprian Tatarusanu next season, as Lukasz Skorupski and Salvatore Sirigu are other alternatives.

Joe Hart seems destined to end his loan spell and return to Manchester City, then going elsewhere.

According to Tuttosport newspaper, the Viola have been asked for Tatarusanu as an option to help teenage shot-stopper Vanja Milinkovic-Savic settle in to Serie A following his move from Lechia Gdansk.

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Wednesday April 26 2017
Sirigu alternative to Hart for Toro?

Torino are currently looking for an alternative to Joe Hart, and are reportedly interested in Italian goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu.

With an extension on the loan of Joe Hart from Manchester City looking increasingly unlikely, Tuttosport reports that 30-year-old Sirigu could be a viable alternative.

The stopper is on loan at La Liga side Osasuna until the summer, after which time he would return to parent club PSG, where he is under contract until 2018.

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Tuesday January 31 2017
Official: Sirigu moves to Osasuna

Italy goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu has cut short his Sevilla nightmare to join La Liga strugglers Osasuna on a dry loan until the end of the season.

Sirigu was loaned to Sevilla from Paris Saint-Germain last summer but has gone on to make just three appearances for the Andalusians.

The 30-year-old is now preparing for a relegation battle with Osasuna, who have won only one of their 20 League games this season, leaving them eight points adrift of safety.

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Tuesday January 3 2017
Agent: 'Hope Napoli want Sirigu'

Salvatore Sirigu’s agent “really hopes it’s true” that Napoli are interested in the PSG goalkeeper, now on loan at Sevilla.

The Italy international has barely featured over the last season and a half, including after his temporary switch to Spain.

“Are Napoli interested? I really hope it’s true, as he is an exceptional Italian goalkeeper,” agent Carlo Pallavicino told Radio CRC.

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Friday August 26 2016
Official: Sirigu joins Sevilla

Italy goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu has officially joined Sevilla on a one-season loan from Paris Saint-Germain.

The 29-year-old shot-stopper flew in for his medical today and signed the contract.

Sevilla announced it was a one-season loan, though there does not appear to be an option to buy.

Sirigu had been linked with a return to Serie A after dropping down the pecking order at PSG.

His Sevilla are in the same Champions League group as Juventus.

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Wednesday August 24 2016
Sirigu set for Sevilla loan

Italy and PSG goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu will reportedly complete his season-long loan move to Sevilla tomorrow.

The shot-stopper has moved down the pecking order at Paris Saint-Germain over the last year and is ready to play elsewhere.

According to Calciomercato.it, Sirigu will sign for Sevilla tomorrow.

It’ll be a one-year dry loan, without an option to buy, at a cost of €1.5m.

Sirigu’s wages of €3.4m per year are to be divided between the two clubs.

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