Paris Saint-Germain are linked with a swoop for Manchester United and Spain goalkeeper David De Gea, a long-term Real Madrid target.
AS cites reports from the Daily Mirror that say the recently-crowned Ligue 1 champions are willing to pay €38m to take De Gea from Old Trafford.
That’s despite already having Kevin Trapp and Salvatore Sirigu on their books in the goalkeeper’s position.
De Gea was moments from joining Madrid in the summer of 2015 but a problem with getting the documentation filed due to a fax machine error instead saw him stay at the Premier League club.
AS notes De Gea has suggested he will decide his future following Spain’s Euro 2016 campaign.