Paris Saint Germain have told Valencia they will sell Goncalo Guedes in the January transfer window, according to reports.
Prior to the winter break in La Liga, reports emerged of a deal for Guedes to join Los Che on a permanent basis, although they were quickly denied by the Spanish club.
The Portuguese midfielder has been in sensational form this season and has played a big part in Los Che’s impressive start to the season, which saw them go 13 rounds unbeaten and put pressure on league leaders Barcelona.
In particular, Guedes’ performances in the back-to-back games with Real Betis and Sevilla in October saw him score three goals, get two assists and be crowned man of the match in both games.
Interest has been a plenty from some of European football’s biggest clubs, and parent club PSG have now told those interested parties that the midfielder must leave in January due to their need to recoup funds to meet Financial Fair Play regulations.
Valencia are keen to make the loan move permanent, but they are yet to make a concrete offer.
Having started his career with Portuguese side Benfica, the 21-year-old moved to PSG last season but made less than ten appearances for the Ligue 1 side.
12 appearances this season for Los Che has seen him become a regular performer in La Liga and gain a regular place with the Portugal national team.