Paris Saint-Germain are hopeful of agreeing a deal for Milan left-back Theo Hernandez soon, reports Onda Cero.
PSG have been linked with Hernandez throughout the coronavirus lockdown, and the Spanish radio station claims ‘everything seems to indicate’ towards a summer transfer.
The 22-year-old would take the place of Lavyin Kurzawa, who has been offered to several European clubs including Inter and Juventus.
Although Leonardo had returned to Parc des Princes by the time Theo signed for Milan last summer, the former Rossoneri sporting director is described as being a big fan of the player.
However, Onda Cero acknowledges the Diavolo are in no mood to offer discounts for their prized asset, tying in with the line run by Calciomercato.com.
PSG have already spent €50m on buying Mauro Icardi from Inter, which could make a similar outlay for the Frenchman difficult.