Roma have dived in for Javier Pastore, also a target for Inter and West Ham United, aware that PSG need to sell by June 30.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport and Tuttomercatoweb, Giallorossi director Monchi is preparing another remarkable swoop.
Argentina international Pastore is only under contract to June 2019 and eager to move on, so he is first on the sale list for Paris Saint-Germain to match Financial Fair Play requirements.
West Ham United are in talks, but the 29-year-old former Palermo star is not enthusiastic about the idea.
Roma would promise a return to Serie A and Champions League football with growing ambitions.
A deal could be done for around €20-25m with the player signing a contract worth €4-5m per year.
The Giallorossi have already clinched Ante Coric, Bryan Cristante, Ivan Marcano and Justin Kluivert this summer.
With reports Radja Nainggolan is on his way to Inter for close to €30m, the midfield is having a radical revamp and potentially a tactical one too.