Ivan Perisic is still without a club for next campaign, despite his performances for Bayern Munich during the last season.
The quadruple winners had the option to make his signing permanent but did not want to pay the fee Inter Milan were asking for.
Manchester United have been mentioned repeatedly, following Jose Mourinho’s efforts to land the Croatian when the manager was in charge at Old Trafford.
A German source FussballTransfers have reported that PSG sporting director Leonardo has personally asked about loaning the star from Inter.
However, Manchester United remains the ‘hottest’ variant and it’s claimed talks have been ongoing with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s outfit for weeks.
FT dismiss interest from any Bundesliga sides, and they say Perisic sees his future somewhere else. That would suggest the information is coming from a source close to the forward.
Elsewhere, Roma are allegedly preparing to launch a second offer for Manchester United centre-half Chris Smalling after seeing their first bid of £11m turned down.
Smalling excelled during a loan stint at Roma last season, and the Italian giants have said on a number of occasions that it is keen to sign the Englishman on a permanent deal.
The 30-year-old star is back with United, but he has been left out of the roster for their first two matches of the 2020-21 campaign versus Crystal Palace and Luton Town as the reported transfer speculation continues to gather pace.
According to The Guardian, I Giallorossi have already had an £11m bid snubbed but are preparing to launch a second offer for a player rated at £18m by the 20-time English champions.