According to Sky Sport journalist Max Bielefeld, Juan Bernat’s entourage are in Paris as they look to agree a deal with Paris Saint-Germain’s sporting director Antero Henrique, with a €15 million move being discussed.
The Bayern Munich left-back’s salary has not yet been agreed, however, it’s believed that a deal is close to its fruition. It was suggested last week that PSG were unwilling to meet Bernat’s €5m a year in wages.
Bernat looks to be surplus to requirements for Niko Kovač, with the club willing to let the 25-year-old leave. The Spaniard found it hard to break into the first-team with David Alaba and Rafinha ahead of him in the pecking order.
PSG have been actively been seeking a left-back this summer with Danny Rose, Marcos Alonso and Filipe Luis all being linked with a move to the French side this summer.