PSG to free up space in their non-EU quota for the arrival of Lucas Moura in January and the Serbian defender could be the one to go, possibly as part of a swap dealParis Saint-Germain are interested in an exchange with Olympique Lyonnais which would involve Milan Bisevac and Anthony Reveillere trading places, according to L'Equipe.
Following the completion of Lucas Moura's big-money signing from Sao Paulo, PSG need to free up one of the four prohibited non-EU spots in their squad for the Brazilian to play.
Centre-back Bisevac could be the man to make way for the 19-year-old and this has alerted the interest of Lyon who are reportedly interested in signing him on loan.
In return Les Parisiens are hopeful of negotiating some sort of swap that would involve the arrival of Reveillere at the Parc des Princes where he would be used to provide competition for right-back Christophe Jallet.
Bisevac was voted Ligue 1 player of the month for January last season following some excellent defensive displays, though his first-team action might be limited next season as he vies for a starting defensive role with the likes of Alex, Mamadou Sakho and Thiago Silva.
According to the report, the Serbia international will be the man to be sacrificed ahead of Lucas' arrival in January.