Former Liverpool manager Rafa Benitez is being lined up to take over as the new manager of Paris St Germain, according to the Daily Mail.
The Spanish boss, who spent a spell of last season at Inter Milan, is set to be handed an 18-month contract worth £12 million and be charged with getting the club in the Champions League and to the Ligue 1 title.
Benitez won the UEFA Cup with Valencia in 2004 and the Champions League with Liverpool in 2005 and is set to take over from current PSG boss Antoine Kombouare, who has preceded over just one win in the last four games.
Bentiez also won the FA Cup in 2006 with Liverpool, while he declared himself interest in the England managers role, when Fabio Capello departs after next summer's European Championships.
If Benitez were to take over, he's expected to be joined by David Beckham following the end of his spell at LA Galaxy.
Beckham never had the opportunity to duel with Benitez, while the boss was at Anfield, and the pair together could prove to be a fearsome combination domestically and in Europe.