Manchester United are ready to meet PSG's demands for their young midfielder Adrien Rabiot, with £21m believing to be the benchmark, according to Don Balon.
The youth product has been unhappy with his playing time in Paris this season, and despite being linked with a move away on loan, has not been granted such a deal as of yet.
Rabiot has been linked with a number of English clubs in the past 12 months, with Arsenal and Chelsea amongst the speculated suitors, but he has remained Parc de Princes and been forced to make do with substitute appearances.
The 20-year-old has been vocal about his dissatisfaction on the matter, with Goal quoting him as saying that the President has no choice but to send him on loan.
"I've asked the president for a loan move in January if my time on the field is insufficient,"
"It's something that he can't refuse me — I know he likes me very much. When you train all week, you want to be on the field. Sometimes it's not possible and it's frustrating."
In response, Rabiot's boss Laurent Blanc has hit out at his demands, telling reporters he was feeling 'annoyed' by the situation.
"I don't want to say anymore and I am going to concentrate on tomorrow's match. Adrien has to understand that when you have the possibility of going at the end of your contract and to leave for free, you can do it.
"Otherwise, when you sign a contract for five years with PSG, you have to respect your first club."
Manchester United's targets could depend on who is in the managerial hot seat by the end of January, with Van Gaal's position as United boss under scrutiny.