Blanc wants David Luiz to join him in Paris.
Blanc is almost certain to be named as Carlo Ancelotti’s successor at PSG with the Italian looking to replace Jose Mourinho at Real Madrid.
Mourinho – now Blues boss – is thought to have issues concerning Luiz’s defensive capabilities and would be open to letting the Brazilian leave Stamford Bridge.
PSG need a replacement for former Chelsea centre-back Alex who is aiming for a return to Brazil, with the 31-year-old approaching the latter years of his career.
Luiz would be able to link-up with yet another national teammate in Thiago Silva at the Parc de Princes, who has spent 12 months at the Parisian side since a £37m switch from AC Milan in 2012.
Despite Mourinho’s doubts over his defender the 26-year-old was a stalwart at Stamford Bridge during the 2012/13 campaign, playing 57 matches for the side in a bumper season in west London.
The Brazilian was instrumental in Chelsea’s Europa League win as well, thriving in a new defensive midfield role instigated by interim manager Rafael Benitez and scoring two important semi-final goals on the way to their eventual triumph over Benfica.
Luiz has spent two-and-a-half years with the Blues since a £26.4m transfer from the side they beat in the Europa League final, in January 2011.
The defender has become a firm favourite with the fans during his time at the Bridge and Mourinho would risk upsetting those who revere him so much if he were to let the Brazilian depart for France.