UEFA announced last month that they are reopening their investigation into Paris’ finances having previously, in June, cleared the club of any wrongdoing.
If the investigation proves PSG have broken FFP rules they could have to sell their star players, including Mbappe , and Man City are ready to take advantage.
The Sun report that Pep Guardiola, the City coach, is ready to submit a bid worth £200million for the 19-year-old in January, a fee that would make Mbappe the most expensive player in world football, surpassing the £198million PSG paid for Neymar in 2017.
To complete any deal, man City would have to sell themselves to comply with FFP rules, and the report states Raheem Sterling is the favourite to be sacrificed.
Sterling could be sacrificed so City can buy Mbappe
Mbappe, who originally joined PSG on loan last summer before penning permanent terms earlier this year, has scored five goals in five games this season.