Les Parisiens' boss Luis Enrique has approved this transfer to boost their attack if Mbappé decides to put an end to his stay at Parc des Princes.

While most of the news surrounding PSG lately have had to do with Kylian Mbappé's exit from the club, there could be a good omen for a potential addition if their star footballer ends up leaving the French capital.

The team is still holding on to their vow to have Kylian Mbappé extending his deal beyond next season, which has seen them preparing to replace the footballer. According to reports, the man that will reportedly undertake that mammoth task will be another French player: Ousmané Dembelé.

Barcelona's winger is still under contract with Los Blaugranas until 2024, and while the Blaugrana side has offered him an extention until 2027, the player is still considering other options. His buyout clause would not be a problem for PSG, as it stands at a bit over $100M, but Barcelona would be open to negotiate a possible deal for the right price.

Dembelé had been linked to PSG before he signed a new deal with Barcelona last summer, and now his name has appeared as a suitable option to reinforce their attack. The main issue now would be to sort Mbappé's future out as soon as possible so they can maneuver and bring Dembelé as a replacement to their all-time top scorer.