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Ligue 1 outfit target versatile Serbian international to plug holes at the back, as PSG look to shuffle their pack of non-EU players

Olympique Lyonnais are being linked with Paris Saint-Germain central defender Milan Bisevac as they look to boost their back line ahead of their coming season, according to L'Equipe.

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The former Valenciennes defender, 28, can play in central defence or as a makeshift full-back and is believed to interest the Ligue 1 outfit, who finished fourth last season under coach Remi Garde.

Meanwhile, PSG have brought in the likes of Thiago Silva and Alex in recent months, limiting the Serb's opportunities at the heart of defence, while club captain Cristophe Jallet is blocking his path to a right-back berth.

Should the transfer go through, the Parisians would be free to step up their pursuit of Lucas Moura. Carlo Ancelotti already has his quota of four non-EU players and will need to shuffle his squad to make room for the Sao Paulo star.

Paris Saint-Germain begin their Ligue 1 campaign on August 11 at home to Lorient, with Lyon meeting Rennes.

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