Since Ezequiel Lavezzi joined PSG he has been linked to a move back to Italy several times.
The last transfer window has once again seen an intensification of these links with Inter Milan and Juventus reportedly being the most interested in the Argentina international.
Lavezzi has recently stated to Telefoot: “Will this be my last season in Paris? I think yes, but I’m calm: I want to finish in the best way possible. If I’m asked to stay I don’t know what might happen. Today I don’t think that I will be staying on but tomorrow we’ll see.” He also added “I wanted to stay because I believe in the squad. Surely this year I will find it harder to play because important players have joined but competition for me is motivating.”
Inter Milan and Juventus will definitely observe the situation of Lavezzi following the above statement. He may be an interesting option for both sides, especially as he will be available on a free transfer at the end of the season.
Lavezzi had joined PSG back in 2012 from Italian side, Napoli, for a reported fee of 26.5 million euros.
Since joining the side from the French capital he’s had mixed experiences, as he started his experience as an important player, but over the years he has featured less and his importance within the side has diminished.
Will Ezequiel Lavezzi return to Serie A in the near future?