Ligue 1 champions PSG’s summer transfer window will be dictated by UEFA’s verdict on their Financial Fair Play situation, which will be announced this Friday.
In the meantime, Les Parisiens are looking at which bankable assets they might be able to sell this summer, if necessary.
One of those individuals is talented Portuguese attacker Gonçalo Guedes, who has an agreement with Valencia.
The player had told PSG that he wanted his future to be sorted out before the World Cup began, but that is a timeline that is unlikely to fit with the capital club’s own schedule.
Internally, Les Parisiens believe that selling Guedes for €45m would be poor business and are hoping for more, up to the €60m mark, according to other media reports.
If Valencia do not cough up an impressive offer, then PSG are hoping that Wolves could be potential knights in shining armour, with Jorge Mendes’ close ties to the club potentially working in Les Parisiens’ favour if FFP forces them to sell.
Thomas Tuchel is said to want to actually keep the player in an ideal scenario, but PSG sources have informed Football News that the likelihood of no FFP sanction on Friday is close to 0.