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Italian Goalie Sirigu Joins Torino From PSG

Italian goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu on Tuesday made a move from side Paris Saint-Germain to on a three-year contract, and was expected to take up the No. 1 goalkeeper position for the outfit.

Sirigu, who lifted up four Ligue 1 titles with , was loaned to Spanish clubs and last season. More playing time would undoubtedly become his priority with the 2018 Russia World Cup approaching.

“I feel happy to join Torino. I choose here because they have shown that they really want me,” said Sirigu, who also won three French League Cups and two French Cups during his six-year spell in PSG.

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After the conclusion of Joe Hart’s one-year loan from , Sirigu was expected to replace the goalkeeper as the first choice for Torino.

“Sirigu has much experience in European and world competitions,” commented Torino president Urbano Cairo.

Sirigu, the two-time best goalkeeper in the French top-flight league, played 30 games for PSG in UEFA Champions League.

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