Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) is currently planning a transfer move for Liverpool midfielder Fabinho in January when window opens.
The midfielder has been a fringe player in his first season at Anfield following a £45 million (€50m$58m) move from Monaco, though Jurgen Klopp has publically rejected any notion he will leave this winter.
However, club is more amicable to a move as long as they recoup their investment, and are willing to entertain a loan with an automatic purchase option of at least that fee.
In their quest for a defensive midfielder,PSG had earlier indicated interest in Manchester United Goal Keeper David de Gea to become highest paid keeper in the world, recurrent for some seasons, they are thinking of re-positioning themselves by signing Fabinho this winter and could evoke the subject very quickly to align with PSG Coach Thomas priority to have a third central mid-level to play in 4-3-3 or a defense to three according to L’Equipe.
Meanwhile, meeting Liverpool on Wednesday for Champions League clash could serve as an advantage for Paris leaders to make a deal with the English club.