Wolverhampton Wanderers appear to have a strong chance of landing Idrissa Gueye, as he edges closer to the exit at PSG, according to Le10 Sport.
Gueye has actually impressed during his first season at PSG, but could make a swift departure from the French capital.
Wolves are said to be right at the head of the queue for the £36 million man, with Manchester United also keen.
And the Senegalese international is believed to be keen to return to the Premier League, where he has previously enjoyed success with both Aston Villa and Everton.
PSG are already said to be closing the sale of Gueye now, with the midfielder expected to depart after their Champions League campaign finishes.
If he was to arrive at Wolves he could be an appealing addition to Nuno’s squad.
Gueye would offer Wolves’ more energy and aggression in their midfield, and he could prove strong competition for both Joao Moutinho and Ruben Neves.