Striker may have choice between Etihad Stadium and the Parc des Princes this summer.
Napoli’s Edinson Cavani faces a straight choice between Manchester City and PSG after both clubs agreed personal terms with the striker, reports the Daily Mirror.
The deposed Premier League champions have joined the mega-rich French club in agreeing terms with the Uruguayan’s representatives, ahead of a summer auction to decide his fee.
It is likely, however, that either club will ultimately have to meet Cavani’s £52m buy-out clause, with Napoli thought to be unwilling to negotiate.
City are understood to be ready to offer the former Palermo striker more than £200,000 per week, while PSG will likely go to towards £250,000-a-week for the 26-year-old.
Cavani has netted 30 times in 33 appearances for the Serie A outfit this season.
It is thought that Real Madrid is the forward’s preferred destination but the La Liga giants are not willing to splash the cash on the player, particularly when Tottenham’s Gareth Bale remains the priority in the transfer market.