Paris Saint-Germain have made a €35m offer for Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng, according to Culture PSG.
The Bavarians have informed the German defender that should the right offer be received, he will be allowed to leave the club this summer.
It is understood that the French champions have made a verbal offer to Bayern for the defender and have made Boateng a provisional contract offer worth €8m-per-year.
Boateng’s Paris offer
The 29-year-old has received an offer from PSG, however, according to Get French Football, a deal with be tough to negotiate with the Ligue 1 club not fond of Bayern.
With the likes of Mats Hummels, Niklas Sule and Javi Martinez at the club, Boateng has large competition for his place in the German champion’s starting line-up.
Hummels and Sule formed a particularly strong partnership last season which could see the defender’s role in the squad reduced next campaign.
New manager Niko Kovac has also made his intentions clear that he wants the squad’s size reduced with Boateng a player he is willing to sacrifice.
Boateng’s disastrous World Cup
“Boateng’s walking around the place like he’s playing Sunday football. He’s been a disgrace. Get him off!”
— ITV Football (@itvfootball) June 23, 2018
Germany’s defence of their World title this summer ended at the group stage as they finished bottom of Group F behind Mexico, Sweden and South Korea.
Boateng had a particularly disastrous tournament as he saw red during Die Mannschaft win over Sweden and was largely criticised for his performance against Mexico.