PSG want goalkeeper Trapp, according to Frankfurt chairman

PSG want goalkeeper Trapp, according to Frankfurt chairman

Published Jun. 16, 2015 11:31 a.m. ET

Paris St Germain have made an approach for Eintracht Frankfurt goalkeeper Kevin Trapp, according to the Bundesliga club's chairman Heribert Bruchhagen.

The former Germany Under-21 goalkeeper only extended his Frankfurt contract until 2019 in February this year, but he may still be sold this summer if the French club make an attractive offer.

They have already made an initial approach, Bruchhagen told Sport1 television.

"We know that there is an offer and that Paris have spoken to Kevin," he said.


Trapp has been with Frankfurt since 2012 and has made a total of 96 appearances for the Eagles.

He has risen through the Germany youth ranks, appearing at every level from under-18 through to under-21 while he has been tipped to make the step up to the senior national team in the near future.

Salvatore Sirigu is currently PSG's number one goalkeeper, but doubts were raised about him by the French media following the club's defeat to Barcelona in the Champions League last season.

He has been linked with a return to Italy with Inter Milan.