PSG have become the latest side to join the race for Besiktas defender Domagoj Vida.
French radio station Radio CRC claim that PSG sporting director Antero has invited Vida’s agent to Paris for talks.
Per the source, the Ligue 1 champions are considering their options after efforts to sign Bonucci stalled.
The Aksam newspaper picked up on the PSG report and claim it could completely change the race for Vida.
Liverpool have been tipped as favorites for weeks but West Ham are reported to be putting up serious competition.
Everton, Atletico Madrid and Sevilla are also interested.
The report claims that Besiktas are demanding £26.7 million for the World Cup finalist who was named in the Guardia Team of the Tournament.
The 29-year-old has another four-years remaining on his contract but Besiktas signed him on a free transfer in January.
The club are aware that his performances in the World Cup have resulted in his valuation skyrocketing over the course of the tournament and are keen on cashing in.
The defender is currently on holiday after reaching the final.
Vida started every game for Croatia, scoring against Russia in the quarter-final and providing an assist in the final versus France.