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Barcelona’s French forward Ousmane Dembele is reportedly one step away from joining Paris … [+] Saint-Germain.

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FC Barcelona forward Ousmane Dembele is ‘one step’ away from joining Paris Saint-Germain after being ‘seduced’ by the Qatari-owned club prepared to pay his paltry €50 million ($55 million) release clause in the coming days, according to RMC Sport.

Earlier on Friday, AS reported that PSG were ready to activate the release clause, which doubles to €100 million ($110 million) after July 31, if Kylian Mbappe leaves them.

In France, though, RMC Sport say that the approach for Dembele is unrelated to Mbappe’s future, with the two players close friends after their time together in the French national team.

When Lionel Messi decided to snub a huge offer from Al-Hilal, opted not to wait for Barca to get their finances in order and chose Inter Miami as his next destination, Mbappe became the lead star in the transfer window’s biggest soap opera.

In a similar vein to Messi, he has also stuck his nose up at a €200 million ($220 million) a season proposal from the Saudis after they launched a world record formal bid of €300 million ($330 million) for him on Monday.

Mbappe could still be offloaded soon, however, after being put up for sale and dropped from PSG’s preseason tour of the Far East for not extending his contract for another year until 2025.

According to MARCA, PSG and Real Madrid are negotiating the potential transfer through an intermediary with the Qatari-owned Ligue 1 giants telling their La Liga counterparts that it will cost €250 million ($275 million) to land the World Cup winner or something between €225-230 million ($248-253 million).

But whether Mbappe switches allegiances ahead of the 2023/2024 season or not, RMC Sport reports that PSG are keen on landing Dembele and appear to have reeled him in.

As explained, the winger known as ‘The Mosquito’ has a paltry €50 million ($55 million) release clause in Catalonia across June and July which he and his agent can pocket half of.

As of August 1, though, this rises to a €100 million ($110 million) fee that is still loose change for the moneyed Parisians.

Akin to Mbappe, Dembele is a free man as of mid-2024 after agreeing a two-year extension with Barca in 2022.

As revealed by the player himself in a recent interview with La Vanguardia, the Blaugrana are trying to get him to renew until June 2027 but are currently facing problems registering the new contracts of existing stars and fresh faces brought in on free transfers including ex-Manchester City skipper Ilkay Gundogan.

According to AS, Barca would be willing to negotiate the transfer with PSG which would leave their coffers replenished at a time when they have been priced out of approaches for the likes of Bernardo Silva and Joao Felix.

Selling him now reduces the risk of getting nothing for Dembele 11 months down the line, and there will be some sort of return on the €105 million ($116 million) plus add-ons transfer Barca completed to buy him from Borussia Dortmund in 2017 with the Neymar money from PSG.

That year, PSG famously smashed the world transfer record by activating the Brazilian’s €222 million ($244.5 million) release clause at Camp Nou.

If Dembele’s €50 million release clause is triggered before next Monday evening, however, there is little that can be done from Barca’s side of the fence.

The ambidextrous attacker would be a great loss for manager Xavi Hernandez, who has tipped the 26-year-old to become one of the best widemen in the sport.

The Catalan coach has cover on the right flank in Raphinha. At a push, he might be able to bring in someone else that operates in that area of the park such as Silva if Barca can find the remaining money after a potential Dembele sale.