Alexis Sanchez wants PSG to come and end his Manchester United nightmare in January, according to reports.
MailOnline Sport claim that there is a growing belief within the Sanchez camp that the French giants will revive their interest in the forward when the transfer window reopens in January.
While PSG have a wealth of attacking options, the ex-Arsenal man would undoubtedly add a different dimension to their forward line.
Sanchez, 29, has become increasingly frustrated at Old Trafford after losing his place and being publicly criticised by under-fire United boss Jose Mourinho.
His £500,000-a-week wage demands could prove to be a stumbling block in any potential move though.
Sanchez joined the Red Devils from Arsenal for nothing last January with Henrik Mkhitaryan going in the opposite way.
Despite that, United would still demand a high transfer fee for the Chilean international, who has proved himself at the highest level.
PSG are one of only a select number of clubs who could afford Sanchez.
However, the fact he turned them down in favour of United earlier this year could come back to haunt him.
Sanchez, who has scored just four Premier League goals since joining United, has been named in Mourinho’s starting XI just five times this season.
And that has resulted in the south American planning his exit route out of Manchester already.