According to Italian media outlet La Stampa, PSG have made a salary offer for Torino right-back Bruno Peres.
This report comes after Italian transfer guru Gianluca di Marzio stressed that PSG were interested in the player several weeks ago.
The report in today’s Italian paper suggests that PSG have offered the Brazilian full-back a yearly salary of €2.5m a year. The 26 year old is currently under contract with Torino until 2020, as a result, a fee of €20m might be required in order to convince the Serie A side to let their player go.
AC Milan are also interested.
PSG are likely to need to sign another right-back this summer, with Dutch international Gregory van der Wiel set to leave for free at the end of the season, possibly to Monaco.
PSG are also chasing Lille full-back Sébastien Corchia.