A busy period of transfer activity is expected at Paris Saint Germain as the capital outfit close on David Hellebuyck.
The St Etienne playmaker has been a long term target for PSG and they have now concurred on a deal whereby Christophe Landrain will head in the opposite direction.
Landrain is under contract until 2009 but is eager to seek pastures new as he has found first team opportunities scarce under Guy Lacombe's tenure.
PSG are also ready to enter the market for Sochaux's Brazilian striker Ilan, but could be hampered by the fact the player is joint-owned by his former club Atletico Paranaense.
It is thought they would have to shell out in the region of é¼6 million to secure his services and at that price, would likely face competition from both Lens and Bordeaux.
Another name linked with a move is PSG defender Paulo Cesar, who is now back at the club after a loan spell at Santos and is attracting the attention of Bordeaux.