Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly told Wayne Rooney to name his terms, with the French club willing to offer the forward up to £300k a week.
After missing out on Radamel Falcao to their domestic rivals Monaco, P.S.G have made Rooney their number one summer target.
The Ligue 1 champions are ready to meet Manchester United's valuation of Rooney and want a deal done soon.
P.S.G are desperate to pair Rooney with the Swede Zlatan Ibrahimovic as they look to really make their mark on the Champions League. Carlo Ancelotti's side easily won their domestic league and were competitive in Europe, only narrowly losing to Barcelona on the away goals ruling. Despite a successful season, their oil-rich Qatari owners want more and they believe Rooney will help them progress.
Domestically Chelsea, Manchester City and Arsenal are all monitoring Rooney's scenario and are ready to move. Rooney himself has previously stated his desire to play abroad, so a move to another English club is unlikely.
Rooney growing increasingly frustrated with being played out of position and substituted, handed in a transfer request towards the back end of the 2012-13 season, his second in three years.
Since then legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson has retired and the club have appointed Rooney's former manager David Moyes. The duo fell out during their time at Everton and Moyes sued Rooney following comments the forward made in his autobiography.
Moyes wants to keep Rooney at Old Trafford and the players representatives have denied the forward has held any talks with the French club.