PSG are confident of banking a sizeable fee for Gonçalo Guedes, who has enjoyed a stellar season on loan at Valencia.
The Ligue 1 giants beat the Liga side to the 21-year-old’s signature last summer but Los Che then managed to hammer out a loan deal for the Portugal international and he has shone under Marcelino this season, chipping in five goals and 11 assists as Valencia qualified for the Champions League.
Guedes a key element of PSG's FFP planning
Naturally, Valencia are eager to secure a permanent deal for Guedes this summer, but PSG need to sell this summer to stave off a looming set of Uefa sanctions due to Financial Fair Play regulations.
The Ligue 1 side are banking on the Portugal star having a breakthrough tournament in Russia to add a few million to his value and are planning on asking for a fee of 80 million euros for the winger, who cost just 30 million when PSG bought him from Benfica 12 months ago.
However, the good relationship between the clubs and PSG’s obligation to balance the books has Valencia confident that a deal could be agreed for a fee in the region of 50 million, although they will make an opening offer of 40 million to test the water.