The star attacker is reportedly in talks with the Paris-based club and is a chance to seal the deal in the upcoming January transfer window.

For her New Jersey-based NWSL side, Sky Blue FC, it would be another blow following the departure of US national team stalwart Kelley O’Hara.

Kerr, AFC's 2017 Women’s Player of the Year, has continued her red-hot form for W-League side Perth Glory.

And French football site Culture PSG said US clubs, as well as a few in England, were also casting an eye over the Australian.

According to the site the biggest challenge for the Paris outfit might be out-bidding the competition and convincing the Australian to leave Glory before the end of the W-League season.

After a record-breaking campaign in the US, which saw Kerr become the NWSL’s all-time leading scorer, big money is on the table - something NWSL clubs will struggle to match.

PSG already own the likes of Neymar, Dani Alves, Edinson Cavani and Ángel Di Maria in their men’s side. The commitment to quality is matched in the women’s team, with Brazilian legend Formiga plying her trade in the navy blue.

Kerr has played an integral part in the Matildas emergence as an international powerhouse where they triumphed in the Tournament of Nations, came close in the Algarve Cup and dominated Brazil in a two-match series in NSW.