The Real Madrid player, according to French radio station RMC, has asked Al-Khelaifi (PSG President) to move the deal forward or he will speak to Manchester United.
The Welshman spoke to the press following training at UCLA, with the new Colombian star high on the agenda.
The 22-year-old has insisted that he wants to stay at Real Madrid, but the Daily Mail claims he is a target for the Premier League champions.
Los Blancos need to resolve their goalkeeping dilemma. The signing would make it four keepers in the squad: Jesús Fernández, Casillas, Diego López and Navas.
James spoke to the press following his presentation at the Bernabéu.
The Colombian will be unveiled at 20:00 on Tuesday evening. He will wear the number 10 shirt, signing a six-year deal worth five million euros per season.
The squad were originally expected to stay at the Beverly Hills Hotel – part of the Dorchester Collection – but have booked elsewhere.
Madrid’s Spanish and Portuguese internationals and Luka Modric, who were involved at Brazil 2014, will fly out to join the squad on Wednesday.
The Mexican midfielder doesn’t enter in Marcelino’s plans for the new season; offloading him would free up one of the non-EU berths in the squad.
The youngster has joined for €20m, with Madrid retaining a buy-back option over the next two seasons.
Juventus-bound striker Álvaro Morata expressed his gratitude to the club and fans in an open letter to Madridísmo.
The striker is in Turin and will undergo a Saturday medical. His doubts about the move, prompted by the resignation of Conte, were settled by a call from new boss Allegri.
Having talked about Formula 1, the world champion showed us his softer side: describing himself as a “normal person” who still dreams about getting better.
The keeper has told Florentino Pérez that he will continue for the time being and is set to guard the net in next month’s UEFA Super Cup final.
The player is determined to stay in the Spanish capital and fight for his place despite new signings
In a survey ran by AS.com, the Costa Rican is the favourite stopper of the Whites' fans
The player is valued at around €50m by Real Madrid, and the French outfit need to sell before they can buy.
Real Madrid are odds on with the bookies to win the league following the German's arrival.
The 22 year old will play in Portugal next season and the side have an option to buy
Real's new signing said “Real Madrid is the reason I’m here” during his first press conference at his new club.
The Barcelona midfielder spoke to the press about the desire to have a good season after the club’s lack of success last year.
Madrid – Barça will be either 25 or 26 October, the Uruguayan’s ban finishes on the 25 October...
The Levante goalkeeper is waiting in Costa Rica for the call to travel to Spain.
The Clásicos will be on the weekends of the 26th October and 22nd March.
The transfer was sealed for 20m euros, Valencia receiving 10m up front and the remainder in instalments. His buy-out clause has been set at 50m.
After the failure of 25-million-euro flop Dmytro Chygrynksiy, it has taken Barcelona five years and the retirement of Carles Puyol to sign a centre-back.
The 25-year-old Argentine has failed to win over PSG coach Laurent Blanc and would fill the hole left by Diego Ribas, who has moved to Fenerbahce.
The midfielder has spoken to Luis Enrique and will link up with first-team training on Thursday. He has opted to stay at the Camp Nou for at least another year.
The young centre back spoke to the press about the upcoming season
Goalkeeper Jan Oblak was unveiled by Atlético Madrid on Tuesday: "I chose Atlético because I know that it’s the right club. I’m happy with my decision."
The 33-year-old was convinced he was set for a return to Chelsea, but was persuaded to stay at the Calderón after the Blues pulled out of the deal.
According to the sports news outlet, CEO Miguel Ángel Gil Marín is in London to negotiate a reduction on the price quoted by Chelsea: 16 million euros.
The Atleti president was in good form as he spoke about the side's objectives next season.
According to the Catalan radio broadcaster, Blaugrana technical secretary Albert Valentín has travelled to Brazil to see the 20-year-old in action.
If Barça don't meet the buyout clause by Tuesday, the Frenchman will go on tour with Los Ché
Argentina star Leo Messi wrote on Facebook: "Now we have new and good challenges ahead which we will face with the same commitment."
The forward has had a medical with the Liga BBVA club and is expected to sign his contract on Monday afternoon, before training with his new team.
Atlético Madrid and Real Madrid have reached an agreement with the Liga de Fútbol Profesional to delay their opening Liga BBVA fixtures until Monday 25.
The 28-year-old has signed a three-year deal with the Blues and will wear the number 5 shirt. "This move is a dream come true for me," he said.
The goalkeeper took to Facebook to post a farewell message to the Atlético fans, offering them the chance to send in their questions about his time at the club.
The Spanish champions are offering 15 million euros for the 22-year-old, and could include Leo Baptistao and Javier Manquillo in the deal.