Serie A leaders, Juventus, are prepared to bid for the France under 21 international, Adrien Rabiot this summer.
The Italian giants are interested in the PSG midfielder who has yet to extend his contract past the summer of 2015.
Rabiot has made 22 appearance in the league this season but most of them are from the bench. The Ligue 1 leaders are blessed with multiple options in the midfield area including Thiago Motta, Blaise Matuidi, Marco Verratti and the recent acquisition, Yohan Cabaye.
Juventus are one of the leading clubs chasing the local starlet after speculation over Paul Pogba's future. Roma and both Chelsea and Arsenal are interested in the young star also.
The 19-year-old Frenchman was the first home grown player to be given a professional contract by the club after the Qatari owners took charge.
He has already had some experience in England after playing in the Manchester City academy however, he moved back home in 2005.
Before the January window, Rabiot made his stance clear in regard to a move away.
He told talkSPORT: "If a new midfielder is recruited in the next transfer window, it will change the game for me. I would then think about my future."
Cabaye has made five starts for the club in just three months - four less than his young rival.
Rabiot didn't feature in either of the side's Champions League quarter-final legs against Chelsea earlier this season and has made just two starts in the whole competition. This could push the midfielder out to clubs on the radar who can promise European football.
It has been confirmed by the owners that manager, Laurent Blanc, will be staying at the club but whether Rabiot holds an influential part in his plans next season is yet to be revealed.
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