PSG are ready to make a move for Manchester United keeper David de Gea this summer should Gianluigi Buffon decide to retire.
41-year-old Buffon joined the Parisian club last summer from Juventus on a free transfer and is understood to be considering retiring this summer, which would leave PSG in need of a suitable replacement between the posts.
With his current contract at Old Trafford set to expire in 2020, De Gea has so far failed to reach an agreement on a new deal with Manchester United, who are reportedly reluctant to meet his large salary demands.
And according to British daily The Independent, PSG’s owners have already made the player aware that they are willing to pay him £350,000 a week, a significant increase on his current £200,000-a-week deal at United. The Daily Star, meanwhile, claims that the Ligue 1 club are willing to go as high as £450,000-a-week to secure De Gea’s signature if necessary.