PSG are in negotiations with Tottenham about a possible loan move for Tanguy Ndombele, that would see the midfielder move to the French capital.
Following his club-record transfer from Lyon in the summer of 2019, the France international has failed to live up to the promise.
Ndombele's patience had run out at Spurs, and he all but secured his own exit when he was booed off by his own fans two weeks ago while trailing to League One club Morecambe in the FA Cup.
Ndombele has been practicing away from the first team since then, and Tottenham are ready to offload him this summer window, with Mauricio Pochettino - who brought the midfielder to north London in the first place - a possible suitor.
However, PSG aren't the only team interested in Ndombele.
Roma have made contact with Spurs over a prospective swap deal that would see Jordan Veretout move to north London, according to Gianluca Di Marzio, albeit this was merely a 'simple request for information' rather than a firm offer.
Ndombele would return with Jose Mourinho at Roma, where he became a regular under the Portuguese during his time as Spurs' head coach.