Les Parisiens are keen on finding a new home after hitting a major roadblock with Paris's government.

PSG are currently facing some major upheaval at the moment, and not just because of their disappointing Champions League exit.

Once again, Les Parisiens were thwarted in their quest to win the Champions League, and it was Bayern Munich once again to destroy their dreams.

Rumors have been rife that this latest setback could spark a summer exodus from the Parc des Princes, with players like Kylian Mbappe, Neymar, and Lionel Messi among those pitted for a potential exit.

Meanwhile, PSG executives are involved in another battle - regarding where the team plays its home games. At the moment, Les Parisiens call the Parc des Princes home, but PSG's owners, Qatar Sports Investments, would like to refurbish the stadium to the tune of approximately $540 million.

However, as per reports, there's a hitch. QSI would only be keen on spending over half a billion dollars on refurbishments if they actually own the venue, and that's not something that some politicians in Paris are too keen on. That is despite PSG having played there since the 1970's.

As a result, PSG have reportedly turned their attention towards other options. According to several reports, while Paris's government, namely, the city's mayor, has refused to sell the Parc des Princes, another iconic venue - one that is in fact larger than the Parc des Princes - could be offered on the market.

The iconic Stade de France, which seats about 80,000 people and has served as the venue for several major tournaments, including the 1998 FIFA World Cup, is being offered on the market as per Bloomberg. The venue is valued at anywhere from $420 million to just upwards of $640 million, so it does fall within the budget of QSI's initial plans to refurbish the Parc des Princes.

PSG and its owners could face some competition in the bidding process, with some sources claiming that there are other interested parties, including potentially FIFA.