Ligue 1 side ready to make summer approach for French midfielder.
PSG are set to make a summer bid for Manchester City’s Samir Nasri according to The Sun.
The French midfielder looks set for the summer exit door after a disappointing year at the Etihad Stadium.
City boss Roberto Mancini is preparing for a summer clear-out after seeing his side lose significant ground in the race for the Premier League title.
The club find themselves 15 points behind city rivals Manchester United with just nine games remaining.
No side has ever failed to secure the title after establishing a 15 point lead.
Mancini has become disillusioned with many of his stars, believing them to have become complacent after winning the championship last season.
The Italian boss has publically criticised Nasri following the French midfielder’s failure to live up to his £24 million transfer fee.
Nasri joined the club from Arsenal in 2011 but has failed to replicate the form that saw him become an integral part of the Gunners’ team.
With the World Cup not far away, Nasri is keen to ensure he gets first-team football to give him a better chance of making the French international squad for the tournament.
PSG are currently owned by the Qatari Royal family and are one of the few clubs who may be happy to offer City the chance to recoup the transfer fee they paid to Arsenal two years ago.