Juventus to consider Palermo ‘keeper Sirigu if Buffon leaves

Italian sports daily Tuttosport have learned that Juventus are already putting a contingency plan into place if Gianluigi Buffon leaves, which consists of signing Palermo’s Salvatore Sirigu as a replacement.
Buffon has been linked with a move to Manchester United in recent weeks, and Juventus General Manager Beppe Marrotta has apparently met Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini to discuss the possibility of signing Sirigu.
The Rosanero’s 22-year-old shot-stopper burst onto the scene last season after an injury crisis gave him a chance that he has taken with both hands. Sirigu has fully established himself as Palermo’s first-choice keeper, and went to the World Cup as third-choice goalkeeper, behind Buffon and Cagliari’s Federico Marchetti.
Buffon’s current injury will keep him out until at least January, and Juve fear he could leave at the end of the season. Sirigu is one of Italy’s brightest prospects in goal, and is second-choice in Cesare Prandelli’s squad to face Serbia on Tuesday behind Bologna’s Emiliano Viviano.

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