Manchester United star Herrera had his contract extended by the club last year, ensuring that they would not miss out on a free transfer in 2018.
However, move forward for now, and it seems likely that the Spanish international will move away.
There are rumors that PSG has an agreement with the Manchester United midfielder who was one of the team's best players when the club drew 1-1 with Chelsea on Sunday.
And the Manchester Evening News said that Herrera was unhappy when he discovered that United had extended his contract by mail.
This was Ed Woodward's attempt to avoid losing the star to anything.
But that seems likely to happen this summer, with United's bid of £ 200,000 a week bad with Spanish.
The men say Jose Mourinho suggested to the council that the player could become their captain instead of Antonio Valencia.
But the United States hierarchy refused to take action, and now a division of forms seems to be in the cards.
The Red Devils are expected to sign at least one midfielder this summer.
Bruno Fernandes, from Sporting de Lisboa, was singled out as a potential transfer target.
However, Herrera may not be the only United star to leave Old Trafford behind at the end of the season.
Paul Pogba was quoted to leave for Real Madrid.
And there are also question marks surrounding the future of David De Gea, Eric Bailly, Marcos Rojo, Matteo Darmian and Romelu Lukaku.
Meanwhile, legendary United's Gary Neville criticized his former side for dealing with Herrera's situation.
"I think the situation with him [Herrera] is that he probably will not disrespect the club, he's been a brilliant professional here in recent years, "said Sky Sports specialist.
"But all the speculation about him going to the Paris Saint-Germain.
"Manchester United allowed their contract to run out. If they wanted to, maybe they should have made the decision a little earlier.
"I think the other thing at Manchester United is also that when you have a manager change every 18 months or two years you can have a manager who likes him and another manager who says he does not renew the contract.
"And then a new coach comes in, but it's already too late and the player's contract is exhausted.
"That's why you need a club plan to make that kind of decision away from a manager.
"To enable the player to be protected and the value to be protected."