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Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly planning a sensational £100 million move for Wilfried Zaha as a replacement for Neymar.
Neymar has been the subject of intense transfer speculation with both Real Madrid and Barcelona desperate to sign the Brazilian superstar.
PSG are resigned to losing the 27-year-old and it appears they've lined up his replacement in the shape of Zaha.
Widespread reports claim the French giants are prepared to offer a massive £100 million for the Crystal Palace winger and they're set to send a team to London to negotiate a potential transfer.
Zaha, 26, has also been strongly linked with a move away. Arsenal and Everton courted the Ivory Coast international all summer, but they were unable to lure him away from Selhurst Park.
Palace have slapped a £100 million price tag on his head with PSG set to meet their demands.
Clubs around Europe have until September 2 to reinforce their teams before the window closes.
PSG are also keeping tabs on Juventus' Paulo Dybala who attracted plenty of interest in the Premier League, with Tottenham and Manchester United heavily linked with the Argentine.
Speaking on the uncertainty surrounding Neymar's future, PSG boss Thomas Tuchel has described the situation as "unsettling".
"Neymar can play if the situation between him and the club is clear tomorrow. He is ready to play, but today the situation is not clear.
"The Neymar situation is unsettling. It helps nobody. Everyone is used to this sort of situation surrounding Neymar. The same thing happened when he was injured. It is normal with the biggest stars."