Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho is keen to move back to France and join Paris Saint-Germain on a loan deal, according to reports.
Manager Jurgen Klopp has made it clear that he needs to move away before the deadline day as his career will be frozen if he stays at Anfield.
According to RMC, Sakho is keen to revive his career with a move to PSG having brought up from the ranks of PSG academy. However, the move could solely depend on Chelsea’s deal for David Luiz.
The Blues are keen to lure back their former defender to Stamford Bridge. The French giants will have to look at options if Luiz were to leave and Sakho is keen to grab the opportunity.
The 26-year old was sent home from their preseason tour in the United States by manager Jurgen Klopp. The incident happened as Klopp admitted that the player is lacking discipline as he often breaks club’s rules. There has been reports that Sakho had fallen out with Klopp which led to a host of clubs expressing their interest in signing the young defender.
Sakho has earlier rejected loan offers from Stoke City and West Brom. He has featured for the Reds in 33 games but a loan move to PSG will help him revive his career.