Planetfootball understands that Paris Saint Germain are interested in signing Middlesbrough ace Joseph-Desire Job.
The French side are believed to have made an enquiry for the Cameroon international as they look to bolster their squad.
Job has impressed this season for Middlesbrough after establishing himself as a first-team regular under Steve McClaren and his performances have attracted the interest of PSG.
PSG boss Luis Fernandez is a big fan of Job and is believed to have tried to sign him when he was in charge of Athletic Bilbao.
The 25-year-old has enjoyed three successful spells in France with Lyon, Lens and a loan stint at Metz last term, and PSG are hoping to persuade him to return to the country again.
Middlesbrough’s pursuit of Bolton’s Michael Ricketts and Derby’s Malcolm Christie could persuade the Premiership outfit to part with Job.
The Riverside team are believed to have tabled a Â£3 million bid for wantaway Bolton ace Ricketts, while Christie along with Derby team-mate Chris Riggott is locked in talks over a possible switch to Teesside.
Middlesbrough could be willing to cash-in on Job if they are successful in their chase for Ricketts and Christie to bring some funds in and their possible arrivals along with the return of Brazilian ace Juninho from injury could put Job’s place in the side under threat.