PSG not in for London-based duo

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PARIS SAINT GERMAIN president Francis Graille has declared he is not interested in either Sylvain Wiltord or Steve Marlet.

The Parc des Princes outfit are in the market for a new forward, with Basel star Hakan Yakin favourite to arrive before the weekend, after being watched in Swiss league action by Vahid Halilhodzic.

Sedan's Henri Camara, also a target for Premiership clubs, including Leeds United, is an alternative target. Talks took place over the weekend, and PSG's defensive midfielder Nicolas Alnoudji could move in the opposite direction.

Graille, the man who seemed determined not to sell Ronaldinho to Manchester United, angered Old Trafford officials by revealing Fabien Barthez was offered as a bargaining chip.

The PSG supremo will now upset Fulham after claiming he has been offered the opportunity to sign Marlet.

"I am anxious to specify that it was never a question to recruit the French international Sylvain Wiltord," he told PSG's official website.

"Besides, if Steve Marlet has been proposed to us some time ago, we did not wish to pursue that case.

"We are effectively researching a forward, but the tracks leading to the Arsenal attacker or the Fulham one are totally unfounded."