Paris Saint-Germain are ready to deploy a bid for Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech, who has played understudy to Thibaut Courtois throughout this season.
Cech, 32, has admitted he is ready to quit from the West London club this summer, following a lack of football this campaign.
According to The Mirror, PSG are ready to make a move for the Czech Republic ‘keeper, and are looking to hold off the battles of both Arsenal and Liverpool, who are also interested in the shot stopper.
It has been reported that Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is already on the lookout for Cech’s replacement, with Marcus Bettinelli, the Fulham youngster, on his radar.
Mourinho went to watch the England international who was on Under-21 duty, but Fulham are attempting to sign the young ‘keeper on a new deal, to ward off any interest.
Chelsea face Arsenal this Sunday, in what could be a title decider – leading on to what could be Cech’s third and final Premier League winners medal.