PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN are putting together an super summer hit list, headed by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, according to reports in France.
After four years of star signings under Carlo Ancelotti and Laurent Blanc, the Ligue 1 giants took a different approach when they hired Unai Emery in the summer.
However, the PSG were eliminated by Barcelona in sensational fashion at the last-16 stage of the Champions League — and are on course to finish behind Monaco in the title race.
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And the club has already opened talks over over an £85million move for Aubameyang.
France Football report the Parisians will return to type in the summer and target the big names with the
Borussia Dortmund hotshot their first-choice.
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The Gabon international had a long meeting with PSG director, Patrick Kluivert in January, as they look for a star player to fill the void left by Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
And the club see the pacey striker as the perfect strike partner to Ligue 1 top goal scorer, Edinson Cavani — who extended his contract to 2020.
Alternatively, the French champions will target either Alexis Sanchez or Sergio Aguero.
The arrival of a big-name striker could mean either Lucas Moura or Angel Di Maria depart the club in the summer.
In defence, PSG want Jordi Alba to replace the veteran Maxwell.
And they are prepared to battle the continent’s biggest sides in a bid for Ricardo Rodriguez.
Emery’s job is far from secure following the infamous 6-1 defeat at the Nou Camp — and the potential of a first season in five without a league title.
The Spaniard prefers players with a smaller ego, who are easier to manage.
However, he will need to compromise in order to remain in charge at the Parc des Princes.