Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly decided to try to make a pact with Real Madrid regarding the signing of Kylian Mbappe.
Speculation has persisted over Mbappe making the switch to the Bernabeu during the summer, despite the 20-year-old still having over three years remaining on his contract.
PSG are keen to keep the France international at Parc des Princes, but there is allegedly an acknowledgement that it may be difficult to keep hold of one of their star men.
The two youngsters - who play for Ajax and Eintracht Frankfurt respectively - are likely to join new clubs in the summer, and PSG would like to add both players to their first-team squad.
Those deals could be funded by the fee received for Mbappe, and the alleged pact may potentially suit all parties.