Czech Republic defender David Rozehnal is keen for a move to Newcastle United, according to his representatives.
Rozehnal was named PSG's player of the year this season
The 26-year-old's club Paris St Germain have yet to hold direct talks with the Magpies, having already rejected a £2.7m bid from Borussia Dortmund.
"David would love to play for Newcastle," Sport Invest spokesman Eliot Vantil told BBC Sport.
"He knows manager Sam Allardyce was also a centre-back and believes he can learn from him."
He added: "Allardyce was keen to sign David back in January for Bolton and I know he came to watch him play against Wales.
"David has played for one great club, PSG, but would love to come to the Premiership and play for another.
"PSG are holding out for the right offer for their player."
Rozehnal, who joined the French side from Club Brugge in 2005, played for the Czech Republic at Euro 2004 and at the 2006 World Cup.
He was PSG's player of the year last season and was selected in the French league's team of the year.