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Gianluigi Buffon's future remains a mystery, but according to 'Bild', the Italian goalkeeper won't be with PSG for much longer. In addition, the same media suggested that the Parisians are hoping for Kevin Trapp's return.
Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt have wrapped up the loan signing of Germany goalkeeper Kevin Trapp from Paris Saint-Germain.
Buffon will have a fight on his hands for the Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeping shirt, as coach Tuchel revealed that he was still unsure who would be his number one.
Kevin Trapp feels it would be "something special" to count Gianluigi Buffon as a Paris Saint-Germain team-mate.
Kevin Trapp has backed fellow German goalkeeper Loris Karius to come back from his Champions League horror show.
Speculation persists over the future of Neymar but Kevin Trapp says Paris Saint-Germain's players are happy for him to stay.
PSG goalkeeper Kevin Trapp has hit out at the press ahead of Germany's friendly clash with Brazil on Tuesday.
In a bid to warm up for the crucial Champions League to take place on Tuesday in Paris, the PSG faithful were backed by members of the squad on Monday night.
Goalkeeper Kevin Trapp has tried to dispel any rumours about Neymar showing a bad attitude at Paris Saint-Germain.
Germany international Kevin Trapp, who is struggling for game time, is not interested in leaving Paris Saint-Germain in January.
Reportedly a target for Liverpool, PSG's Kevin Trapp is ready to move in the transfer window, according to his agent.
Germany's Kevin Trapp knows he needs to be playing in order to secure a World Cup place, meaning a move away from PSG cannot be ruled out.
Goalkeeper Kevin Trapp is struggling for game time at Paris Saint-Germain and concedes he must consider his options ahead of the World Cup.
With rumours circulating that Roman Burki will be replaced by Kevin Trapp in January, Borussia Dortmund have responded.
Bernd Leno, Leroy Sane and Emre Can will all start in Germany's final World Cup qualifier on Sunday, boss Joachim Low has confirmed.
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