The Parisians have completed a deal that will see Barcelona full-back Dani Alves move to the Parc des Princes in the summer, according to Marca.
Dani Alves looks unlikely to be heading to the Premier League at any time in the near future, if reports surfacing in Spain are to be believed.
The 31-year-old full-back had been linked with Liverpool, Manchester United and Manchester City over the past 12 months, as reported by the Daily Star, but may now have decided on where his future lies.
Out of contract at the Camp Nou in the summer and rumoured to be unlikely to remain in La Liga, the Barcelona defender has reportedly agreed a deal to move to Paris Saint-Germain this summer.
According to Spanish daily Marca, the Brazilian has put pen to paper on a big-money three-year deal with the Parisians and will transfer to the Ligue 1 giants at the end of the current campaign.
If correct, the move would all but end the chance of Alves ever playing the Premier League with the South American likely to head back to Brazil at the end of the reported contract with PSG.
Brought to Europe from Bahia by Sevilla back in 2002, the marauding full-back played over 240 games for the Andalusians during a six-year stay at the club.
Signed by Barcelona in the summer of 2008 in a deal worth a reported £30 million, Alves has racked up two Champions League titles, four La Liga crowns, two Copa de Reys and both a FIFA Club World Cup and Super Cup during his time with the Catalans.
To date he has played over 320 games for Barca but could now be set to wave goodbye to both the club and Spain, if current reports are to be believed.