PSG accept that Adrien Rabiot might leave the club in January for just €10m to anyone - but not FC Barcelona.
According to 'Le Parisien', PSG acknowledge Rabiot won't sign a new deal with his contract running out next summer so must act if they are to gain any return on their investment.
As such, PSG's director of football Antero Henrique has told other clubs that Rabiot will be for sale in January. Tottenham and Juventus are both keen on the midfielder and he'd be available for the criminally low price of just €10m. However that offer won't be extended to Barça.
If Spurs or Juve agree to pay €10m it'll come down to the player to make a decision on where he feels would be best for his future.
Rabiot could stay in Paris and let his contract run down before signing for Barcelona on a free transfer in the summer. And whilst it looks unlikely at the moment, the midfielder could also sign a new deal at PSG if the money is right.