Philippe Coutinho could have a second Liverpool escape plan after agent Kia Joorabchian appeared to meet a PSG director.
The Brazilian playmaker tried to force through a move to Barcelona in the summer but was blocked by his Anfield bosses.
It was assumed the La Liga side would get their man in the January window or at the end of the season.
But it looks like Paris St-Germain could also be in the market with a view to adding to their already ridiculously talented attack.
At the Fifa Best Awards in London on Monday night, the middleman appeared to sit down with PSG technical director Antero Henrique.
Coutinho might be even more eager to leave Merseyside after Liverpool’s embarrassing collapse against Tottenham on Sunday.
Jurgen Klopp hauled centre-back Dejan Lovren off after 30 minutes and claimed he could have done a better job in his trainers.
And Coutinho also insisted the “silly” Spurs goals were self-inflicted, he said: “They were goals that could have been avoided.
“Starting from out wide, they ended up being silly goals.
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“The manager said quite a lot about how they would try goals like that and, of course, in defence we have to play a decent game.
“We were in the game, but the third goal in the first half was a low.
“It’s not just about the defence, it’s about the whole team, because the first goal started out wide, where everyone is involved in defending, not just the wingers or full-backs.
“We have to improve this as quickly as possible in order to win games, fight more, in more difficult games like this.
“To concede in the first four minutes, that unsettled the whole team a bit.
“Then the next one was after 12 or 13 minutes.
“It’s really difficult against a strong team when you start like that.”