In an effort to cap off an unforgettable transfer window, PSG have their eyes on a Spanish goalkeeper. Pepe Reina is the final objective of the Parisien club as they prepare an offer for the Napoli man.
The transfer, if it happens, would be in the region of €7 million and the 34-year-old would be offered a two-year deal with the option for a third. His wage would be around the €4 million net per year mark and the two year deal is something that could prove pivotal considering his current deal with the Italian club expires in 2018 and given his age. He turns 35 at the end of August.
The player, who is unsure of his future at Napoli would accept a deal at PSG but an agreement is yet to be reached between the two clubs. The Serie A side he currently plies his trade with were unwilling to sell him but unwilling to offer him a new contract either reportedly. He also received a call from Manchester City's Pep Guardiola this summer too. Given his good relationship with his teammates and his influence in the dressing room, he wanted to play in the Champions League playoff against Nice, which Napoli won, but he now feels it is time to negotiate his departure.
Reina's departure would leave Jean Sarri in the lurch but he might push the board to sign one of the names on his wanted list, which includes Real Sociedad's Gerónimo Rulli.