Mauricio Pochettino has his sights set on Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea ahead of the summer transfer window.
Paris St-Germain have been long-term admirers of the Spaniard but have always been denied by the Red Devils.
United have a strict hands-off policy over De Gea – but that view could be changing with the emergence of Dean Henderson.
The Englishman has been tipped to be the long-term successor to the former Atletico Madrid star, who has spent over a deaced at Old Trafford.
And that has opened the door to potential suitors, one being PSG with Pochettino keen to utilise the club's vast wealth.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic hitting clubs across the world, the French champions did not spend like they usually do last year.
The only significant arrival was Mauro Icardi, who had already spent the season on loan.
But Poch will go into the summer armed with a huge war-chest, with the club already eyeing a move for Barcelona star Lionel Messi.
And along with the Argentine is De Gea, according to The Sun, who PSG are keen on landing.
The Parc des Princes outfit are one of the few sides in the world that can afford to pay his huge £375,000-a-week wages.
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United are looking to offload one of their goalkeepers in the summer with neither happy to play a back-up role.
Henderson has impressed in recent outings, most recently against Manchester City in the derby on Sunday.
The ex-Sheffield United loanee also has his sights set on becoming England's No. 1 and wants to be a starter somewhere.
And he is desperate to make it at Old Trafford, the club he has supported since childhood and come up through their academy.
PSG, on the other hand, are looking to find the successor to Keylor Navas as Pochettino looks to stamp his own look on the squad, The Sun report.
At 34, the Costa Rican is in the final years of his career – though he still has a contract until 2023.
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