Paris St Germain are believed to be in talks with the agent of Brazilian superstar Ronaldo.
Alain Roche, head of recruitment at the Ligue 1 club, has travelled to South America in order to run the rule over potential signings.
One of those he will hoping to entice to France is Ronaldo, who is close to completing his rehabilitation from a knee operation he underwent in February.
PSG president Charles Villeneuve has admitted that the club are keen on the former World Player of the Year, while the player's representative Fabiano Farah claims discussions have already taken place.
"Yes, I have spoken to people from PSG," Farah told L'Equipe.
"They called me and we discussed certain things but I can't go into detail.
"Taking into account his list of achievements and his standing, he must have a club with an ambitious outlook who can offer him the possibility of winning major title."
Villeneuve added: "Everything depends on the progression of his recovery from injury, if one day Ronaldo can rediscover his form of old or at least a satisfying level.
"We have some news on Ronaldo, we are following his progression. For the moment, I am leaving my people to deal with it. But it is clear that I am open to anything."
Ronaldo is currently training with Flamengo in his homeland and is thought to be around two months away from a return to action.