Last week there were reports that Barcelona were willing to offload Malcom this summer after the Brazilian managed to make only 15 appearances in the league last season.
Reports suggest that Ernesto Valverde has no use of the winger next campaign and the manager is willing to cash in on the player with a series of top clubs interested in acquiring his signature.
Sports Mole had claimed that the English Premier League could be the next destination for Malcom with both Arsenal and Spurs interested in signing the 22-year-old.
The report read: “Barcelona winger Malcom has reportedly emerged as a potential transfer target for Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.
“After a big-money move from Bordeaux last summer, Malcom was restricted to just nine starts and 13 substitute appearances in all competitions during the most recent campaign.
“The 22-year-old may be in line for more regular outings next season, but the Brazilian could find himself surplus to requirements if Barcelona secure a reunion with Neymar.
“The Catalan giants are limited to three players who hold a non-EU passport, leaving the possibility of Malcom being sacrificed to accommodate his compatriot.
“According to Diario AS, both Spurs and Arsenal are monitoring the situation at a time when they are both considering additions in the final third.”
While Spurs are willing to pay the transfer fee(estimated to be in the region of £36 million) up front, Arsenal though can only afford a loan deal this summer with an obligation to buy next year.
Now though fresh reports are claiming that Ligue 1 giants PSG too have entered the race to sign the winger and could launch a bid for him in the coming days.
If these reports hold true then it sure is a big setback for both Arsenal and Spurs since PSG could very easily price them out of the transfer.
Also right now Barcelona have no practical use of Malcom and their primary concern would be to recover as much money as possible from his sale this summer.