Zamparini holding on to Sirigu

Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has refuted the rumours linking goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu to a Genoa transfer.
Speculation has surrounded the future of the Italian shot-stopper, after he and the club failed to come to terms over a contract extension. He has been linked to the port-city club, as well as having foreign interest.
His current deal is set to run out in 2014, with Zamparini noting he has not thought about selling the 24-year-old.
“I have read the titles in the newspapers but they are purely nonsense. We have not thought about losing Sirigu, who still has three years on his contract with us,” the President told PianetaGenoa1893.net.
“He is our player and that’s that. I have not even thought about negotiations with Genoa.” Sirigu, capped twice by Italy, played in every match for Palermo in Serie A last season.

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