Chelsea face a summer fight to hold onto midfield star N'Golo Kante, with Paris Saint-Germain considering a big-money move to bring the France international back to his homeland.
Kante joined the Blues in the summer of 2016, fresh off winning the Premier League title with Leicester, and went on to win the league against at Stamford Bridge in his first season in London.
However, the Mirror report that his stay in west London could be limited to just two seasons - reporting that the Ligue 1 leaders are preparing a £90m swoop to make the 26-year-old the most expensive Premier League export of all time.
Last season's Premier League Player of the Year hails from Paris originally, and his hometown side appear to see him as the defensive shield who would allow their expensively assembled plethora of attacking talents to flourish.
The summer saw Unai Emery handed the talents of Neymar and Kylian Mbappe - with the former arriving for a world record €222m and the latter on loan for a season with an option to buy for around €155m next summer.
PSG sit at the top of Ligue 1 with seven wins and a draw from their eight games, leading reigning champions AS Monaco by three points.
It was their first two games in the Champions League which really caught the eye in the early part of the season - thrashing Celtic in Glasgow and taking Bayern Munich apart in a 3-0 win which saw Carlo Ancelotti unceremoniously dumped out of the hotseat at the Allianz Arena.