Parisian outfit are keen on a whole host of top-flight players.
Big-spending Ligue 1 side Paris Saint-Germain may make moves at the end of the season for a pair of big-name Premier League stars, according to reports in the Independent.
The Parisians’ director of football, Leonardo, has been speaking about the French giants’ transfer plans for the summer, with the Brazilian naming the likes of Manchester City midfield player Samir Nasri, Newcastle United playmaker Yohan Cabaye and Bayern Munich wide man Franck Ribery all as possible targets for his team.
France international Nasri has endured an up-and-down campaign at the Ethiad stadium this season, with his head coach Roberto Mancini publicly criticising the player’s attitude of late, leading to suggestions that the player could be about to depart Eastlands come the summer.
Cabaye, meanwhile, has been attracting attention from Premier League champions-elect Manchester United, who recently sent their chief scout to St James’ Park to watch the Frenchman in action.
However, Leonardo denied reports that PSG were interested in bringing England international Rooney to the French capital.