A transfer out of Paris for Kylian Mbappe could spark a hectic summer transfer window, with PSG reported to have already held talks with Mo Salah over replacing the forward.
The 22-year-old World Cup winner is still stalling over a new deal at PSG, with just one year left to run on his deal with the French champions.
Real Madrid are believed to be leading the pack chasing Mbappe's signature, while the Parisians are 'losing patience' in their contract talks and could consider a cut-price sale this summer.
PSG are already putting place in place for Mbappe's exit, with Telefoot reporting that the Ligue 1 side have set Salah as their primary summer target to take the Frenchman's place.
Salah's Liverpool deal runs until 2023 but he has flirted with a move to Spain, with the Egyptian among Real Madrid's targets.
The winger's interest in a move would certainly be boosted if the Reds miss-out on a Champions League spot, with Liverpool sitting sixth in the Premier League with seven games to play.
Jurgen Klopp's men are three points behind fourth-place West Ham and two points behind Chelsea, though Salah has helped the Reds reverse their miserable slump and inject some confidence at Anfield.
The winger scored the leveller as Liverpool came from behind to beat Aston Villa at the weekend, making in three top-flight victories in a row.