Stephane Sessegnon has publically expressed his dissatisfaction with his current contract at PSG, stating he deserves better wages.
The 25-year-old has been offered a new deal by the Ligue 1 club with the added incentive of a large signing on fee, thought to be in the region of 850,000 euros.
However, the midfielder is said to want an improvement in his basic wages in a deal which would bring him alongside the club's top earners such as Ludovic Giuly and Mateja Kezman.
PSG are reluctant to meet the player's demands with club officials already stating that the wage bill must be lowered in a bid to balance the books.
"I think I am one of the best performers in the club," he said.
"So I need remuneration like the best performers. I want to stay at Paris, but you never know in football."
Premier League duo Manchester City and Everton are said to be monitoring the contract dispute, according to reports in France.