Earlier on Thursday, we published an article looking at how Grzegorz Krychowiak is barely considered a Paris Saint-Germain player anymore, with L’Equipe not even considering him as an option to help the Ligue 1 leaders ‘weak midfield’ problems.

We finished by explaining the only time the French press even mentioned the West Brom loanee’s name was when they discussed how Neymar’s new club could get enough money to avoid FFP sanctions, and that’s exactly what’s happened in Le Parisien.

The daily newspaper look at how much (€70-80m) the Ligue 1 side need, and when by (end of June), meaning that if they don’t manage to get that amount from the sales of Lucas Moura and Angel Di Maria, they might have to turn to their loan players for cash.

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Of course, considering Krychowiak is currently contracted to the Baggies, albeit temporarily, selling him on before the 30th of June could prove complicated.

Unlike Jesé, the Poland international has featured quite regularly for West Brom this season, and if Alan Pardew likes what he sees, a cheap deal could potentially be worked out between the two sides.

Paris Saint-Germain’s need for money would certainly put the Premier League in a strong negotiating position, and the fact there’s a deadline the French club need the cash by makes it even better.

This is certainly something to keep an eye on over the coming weeks, and perhaps months if nothing happens in January.