Real Madrid have told Keylor Navas that they will not allow him to leave for less than £18million this summer after the goalkeeper asked for a free transfer.
The Costa Rican wants out of the Bernabeu after being told that Thibaut Courtois will be Zinedine Zidane's No 1 next season.
And according to Spanish newspaper AS, Navas has taken it upon himself to force an exit by demanding he be allowed to leave for nothing.
They also claim he wants the final two years of his contract - worth around £9m - paid up in full in order to move on this summer.
However, Real are not willing to give in to the 32-year-old's demands as they look to raise funds for their own summer spending spree.
The club has already spent big on Eden Hazard, Luka Jovic, Eder Militao and Rodrygo, with France defender Ferland Mendy also set to join.
And with Zidane eyeing a move for Paul Pogba or Christian Eriksen, Real are under pressure to sell a number of stars before the transfer window closes.
PSG are interested in a deal for Navas after allowing Gianluigi Buffon to depart and have already agreed to meet his salary demands of around £6.2m a season, according to AS.
The French giants are only willing to proceed with a deal if Real Madrid president Florentino Perez changes his mind and allows Navas to leave for free.