Marco Verratti is no longer an unsellable footballer and after 11 years at the Parc de Princes he can leave.
The Italian midfielder is a Parisian legend, but he is no longer seen as a key player in midfield and PSG are also willing to sell him.
Atletico Madrid and Liverpool are the two teams that have expressed interest in the transfer of the Italian, but the problem remains with his price.
PSG has informed the two European giants that in order to let the Italian leave, a sum of 70 million euros must be paid.
For both Madrid and The Reds, this amount is considered extremely high for a midfielder who turns 31 in three months.
The Italian giant Roma has also shown interest in Verratti, but they withdrew from the race after learning of his price.
However, the managers of Atletico Madrid and Liverpool are continuing the talks with their French counterparts and the goal is to lower the demands of the Parisians for Verratti.