PSG's boss has stepped up to say he has asked his employers for one more striker, and he has already named his primary option.

We are less than twenty days away from the end of the summer transfer window, and teams from all over the world are trying to round up their squads. Surprisingly, and after laying low for most of the summer, PSG have reportedly made a move for a top-notch striker, and in what can only be seen as an even more shocking move, the name of that striker is not Cristiano Ronaldo.

A report by L'Equipe suggests that Les Parisiens' coach Christoph Galtier has green-lit a move for one of Manchester United's footballers, and while most fans believed it would be CR7, the man PSG will try to add to their squad is none other than Marcus Rashford, who is willing to leave Old Trafford this summer, as his deal with the Red Devils expires in 2023.

The French newspaper states that negotiations between both clubs have already started, but no fees or terms have been leaked to the French media. The only fact known regarding this negotiation is that Rashford and Manchester are keen on completing a move before he can leave the English side on a free move next summer.

Additionally, PSG are looking to sign Rashford since he can adapt to several attacking positions, something that cannot be said about Cristiano Ronaldo. Rashford's signing would add depth to PSG's attack, who only have Neymar, Kylian Mbappé and Lionel Messi as strikers following the departue of Arnaud Kalimuendo and Mauro Icardi's exile from the first team.

It would be interesting to see if this move is materialized, especially since Rashford's exit would make it even more of a priority for Manchester United to hire a striker in case Cristiano Ronaldo continues with his plans to leave the team.