PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN are targeting Liverpool transfer chief Michael Edwards, according to reports.
The Reds' sporting director is leaving Anfield in May after ten successful seasons.
It's not clear whether Edwards announced his upcoming departure with another role in mind.
According to the Telegraph, he could have one waiting for him in Paris, should he want it.
They report that Edwards is on PSG's shortlist of potential replacements for current sporting director Leonardo.
The Brazilian is expected to be ditched before next season after Paris Saint-Germain's latest Champions League collapse at the hands of Real Madrid.
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Edwards is highly-rated after securing transfers for the likes of Mo Salah, Virgil van Dijk and Sadio Mane during his time at Anfield.
This season he has been helping his successor Julian Ward transition into the role.
PSG are also considering a number of other candidates.
The Ligue 1 side are believed to be interested in Atletico Madrid's Andrea Berta.
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Another left-field target is Sassuolo director of football Giovanni Rossi.
The Italian has done remarkable work establishing the minnows as Serie A regulars in recent years.
Another contender is ex-Newcastle star Hugo Viana, who is working at Sporting Lisbon in Portugal.
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