Porto star Yacine Brahimi coy over Paris Saint-Germain transfer rumours
Porto star Yacine Brahimi has told TF1 he will not rule out a move back to Paris Saint-Germain.
Brahimi, 24, was born in Paris and spent some time at PSG's youth academy before making the breakthrough at professional level at fellow Ligue 1 outfit Rennes.
This season he has risen to prominence after moving to Porto from Spanish side Granada and the Algeria international's displays for his new club have attracted the attention of a host of major sides from around Europe, with PSG reportedly interested.
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Speaking to French TV, Brahimi -- who has four goals in as many Champions League outings this season -- would not be drawn on the possibility of returning to the French capital when asked if he would consider a move to the Ligue 1 champions.
"You always want to play in the biggest clubs in the world, but you never know what tomorrow will bring," said Brahimi, who signed a five-year deal that reportedly includes a 50 million-euro buyout clause with Porto.
"Perhaps. You don't know how things will turn out. Today, my head is at Porto and nowhere else."