PSG are still confident of landing out-of-favour Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli on loan before the end of the January transfer window, according to reports.
Alli, 24, has fallen down the pecking order at Spurs under Jose Mourinho this season and has not started in the Premier League since the opening-day defeat to Everton.
With former boss Mauricio Pochettino now in the hot-seat at the French champions, a loan move would seemingly work for all parties and the Argentine manager is determined to reunite with the England international, according to The Mirror.
The report details that any loan move would not come with an option-to-buy but the player himself is desperate for a move in order to play in the second half of the season and increase his chances of playing at Euro 2020 this summer,
Meanwhile, it adds that Tottenham are keeping an eye on various replacements for Alli should he leave the club before Monday's deadline.
An option in that department is Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder Florian Neuhaus, who joined the Bundesliga club back in 2017.
The 23-year-old made his international debut for Germany in October and scored on his first cap, having developed into a key player for his club since his emergence into the first-team in 2018.
Alli, meanwhile, has seen his career stagnate this season, having originally flourished under Mourinho when he first took charge last season.
Noticeably, he was not even in the matchday squad for the FA Cup fourth round win against Wycombe on Monday, having played in the previous round against Marine.
Overall, Alli has started just six times all season in all competitions, scoring just two goals.