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Paris Saint-Germain have made their first move into the summer transfer market, by offering Ousmane Dembele a huge contract to leave Barcelona.
PSG won the Ligue 1 title last week and are now free to concentrate on planning for next season, especially with Karim Benzema having knocked them out of the Champions League.
It could be a busy summer at the Parc des Princes, with rumours that Mauricio Pochettino could leave his position as manager, with Antonio Conte rumoured to be his potential replacement.
On the playing side Kylian Mbappe is still expected to leave the French capital, and move to Real Madrid, with his contract expiring.
PSG could replace Mbappe with fellow Frenchman Dembele, who in turn is out of contract at Barca, and has been linked with a departure for some time.
According to Spanish journalist Toni Juanmarti, the Ligue 1 champions have tabled a bid worth €17 million-a-year, after tax, but have not heard back from the player yet.
The report claims that the player's future should be resolved within the next three weeks, and it's not out of the question that he could stay.
That seems mad considering the club tried to get him to sign a new contract back in January and, when he refused they put out a statement saying he would be sold before the end of the winter window,
Whilst the Spanish giants aren't able to offer as much as PSG, the report says that he would be interested in signing for less, as long as Xavi's team still offer a decent deal.
It would be a massive turnaround from just a few months ago when the Nou Camp crowd booed the former Borussia Dortmund forward, whilst he was an unused substitute.
Xavi did plead with the supporters to stop, and called on them to support the players, and despite his injuries he has featured 17 times in the league during the campaign.
As well as a move for Dembele, PSG have also been linked with another French star who is out of contract, in the shape of Paul Pogba.
The Manchester United midfielder is no stranger to being booed by his own fans either, after the Old Trafford faithful recently jeered him off in the win over Norwich City.
He is expected to miss the rest of the season with injury, ending his second spell at the club in a very disappointing fashion.
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