Paris Saint-Germain, not content with merely breaking the world transfer record this summer, are also looking to add Monaco midfielder Fabinho to their ranks. And the Brazilian's potential arrival at the Parc des Princes could mean that Blaise Matuidi's time in the French capital comes to an end.
Fortunately, the French international midfielder isn't short of suitors (even if that sentence does make him sound like a girl trying to decide who to take to prom in some shite American teen film from the '90s).
Should Fabinho trade Monaco for Paris, Matuidi would be free to complete a £25 million switch to Juventus, according to Rai Sport, via Football Italia.
Juventus are believed to have a four-year deal lined up for Matuidi, said to be worth €4 million per season. The 30-year-old has been a long term target for the Bianconeri and is thought to be a more attainable and cheaper target than Emre Can and Steven N'Zonzi, both of whom were also on Juventus manager Max Allegri's shopping list.
Although not all Juventus fans are happy with the potential of Matuidi arriving in Turin.
During his six years with PSG, Matuidi has made 294 appearances for the club from the French capital, scoring 33 goals and lifting four Ligue 1 titles, three French Cups and three French League Cups.
(H/T Football Italia)