Arsenal are quickly changing tactics with Alexis Sanchez as club officials begin to accept his imminent departure.
The Chilean is widely expected to leave the Emirates this summer having failed to agree a new contract.
Just a year remains on his current deal and a number of top European clubs are being linked with the 28-year-old.
The Sun have it that the Gunners are concerned that whether they make the top four or not, they can no longer convince him to stay.
With that in mind, they are trying to push him to Paris Saint-Germain, as that will prevent him from joining Premier League rivals Chelsea or Manchester City.
Arsene Wenger is well acquainted with PSG president Nasser Al- Khelaifi and believes he has already spoken to the player about a possible move to the French capital.
Sanchez scored an excellent free-kick in last night’s 2-1 win over Middlesbrough, but he has made it clear he is unhappy with Arsenal’s inability to challenge for the title.
Whoever does take him on will likely have to offer around £300,000 a week, which Arsenal have been reluctant to do.