PSG are set for a mammoth spending spree over the next three years - with the club's Qatari owners ready to sanction a staggering £100m for Carlo Ancelotti to splash out.
The club, bankrolled by the ambitious Qatar Investment Authority, are top of Ligue 1 having signed a host of star names last summer and in January.
Exciting Argentine star Javier Pastore joined last summer and the likes of Kévin Gameiro and Jeremy Menez were also recruited as the club flexed their financial muscles.
And now the club's president Nasser Al-Khelaifi is ready for more in the summer - which could concern the likes of Liverpool and Chelsea.
Kenny Dalglish was forced to come out fighting when PSG were linked with Luis Suarez this week and the Liverpool manager insisted the club would not listen to offers for the Uruguayan.
But with Al-Khelaifi seemingly desperate to establish PSG as a major European force, the French club could be ready to test Liverpool's resolve with a bid for Suarez.
And having signed Chelsea defender Alex in January, PSG now have their sights on Florent Malouda, whose future at Stamford Bridge remains in doubt.
PSG midfielder Blaise Matuidi, meanwhile, insists he is unfazed at the prospect of seeing numerous star names arriving at the club in the summer.
"The competition will help the group and get results," he said. "This is a great club and a great club has to have 24 top players."
"I will remain a PSG player."