Sevilla president Jose Castro claims Paris Saint-Germain have made a big bid to sign Grzegorz Krychowiak, but stopped short of divulging a number.
Castro confirmed that the Primera Division outfit have received a massive offer from the Ligue 1 champions for the Poland international.
"It's true, we're talking with PSG about Krychowiak."
Former Sevilla coach Unai Emery – who was unveiled as the new coach of PSG on Tuesday – is looking to reunite with the 26-year at the Parisian based outfit.
Krychowiak signed for Sevilla in July 2014 and it is believed his current contract includes a 30million euro release clause.
However, Castro revealed that PSG had not triggered the clause.
"It won't be necessary that PSG pay the clause, but if Krychowiak leaves our club, we will receive a big income," he explained.
"This income can help to avoid selling other players. We have a big offer, but it isn't the clause," he confirmed.
Castro and the newly appointed Jorge Sampaoli are reportedly looking to bolster their squad with Hatem Ben Arfa rumored to be on his way to the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, along with Matias Kranevitter and Roque Mesa from Atletico Madrid and Las Palmas respectively.