Dortmund denies interest in PSG goalkeeper Trapp

With rumours circulating that Roman Burki will be replaced by Kevin Trapp in January, Borussia Dortmund has responded.

Kevin Trapp in Germany training   -  Bongarts

Borussia Dortmund president Reinhard Rauball says rumours linking the side with Paris Saint-Germain's Kevin Trapp are unfounded.

A report in Le Parisien has claimed the Bundesliga leader is prepared to pay €10 million to sign the 27-year-old, who has lost his place to Alphonse Areola this season, in January.

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It has been suggested that Dortmund head coach Peter Bosz has not be impressed by Roman Burki, who has produced unconvincing displays in the Champions League especially, and is keen to recruit a replacement in the transfer window.

However, Rauball has denied talks have been opened with the player, although he rates him very highly.

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"That's not true. He is not under discussion," he said, according to Sport Bild.

"He's a class player, a great goalkeeper, no question. He's also a good guy. He fits into every team.

"But I'm not saying this will become concrete at any point."