In a transfer rumor that would have made us all giddy a decade ago, the Gazzetta dello Sport suggests that Roma, not satisfied with either Pau Lopez or Antonio Mirante as their number one option in goal, are looking to veteran Torino netminder Salvatore Sirigu. While the club has a number of long-term targets for the position in mind (Alessio Cragno, Pierluigi Gollini, and Marco Silvestri, to name a few), they reportedly view Sirigu as an ideal stop-gap solution.

Sirigu, 33-years-old, has had a bit of an odd career for a player so well known. After experiencing some success with Palermo in the late 2000s, Sirigu made a move to the nouveau riche PSG in the summer of 2011...for only €3.9 million...to be a back-up.