Italian side Inter Milan could make a move for PSG winger Ezequiel Lavezzi in the summer if the price is right, as reported by Sky Sports.

Lavezzi revealed on Firday that he would be open to a move away from the French capital if the right deal came along after struggling to become a regular for the big spenders who have favoured using two strikers in Edinson Cavani and Zlatan Ibrahimovic this season.

Inter coach Walter Mazzarri worked with the Argentinean for three years at Napoli and would have an advantage in that respect if the pacey winger became available in January.

Arsenal and Tottenham are also heavily interested but Mazzarri may wait until they make their moves before he shows his cards.

“He’s a great player and a great guy,” Walter Mazzarri said.

“He was sold to one of the most important clubs in Europe thanks to the three years of work.

“In terms of the market, let’s finish the next game first, then we will make our conclusions.

“We could also remain as we are for this year, but it depends on what the club calls for at the end of the year.”

 

What do you think?

Sign in with Facebook and be
entered for a chance to
WIN THE NEW ENGLAND KIT

Terms and Conditions

Why?

  • Sign up in 2 seconds
  • Use your FB profile image
  • No need to remember a password
  • See which of your friends would like this

Note: We don't post to your wall

Login

Comment without logging in

You will need to fill this out each time to comment so why not quickly login with Facebook!

*

What do you think?

Sign in with Facebook and be
entered for a chance to
WIN THE NEW ENGLAND KIT

Terms and Conditions

Why login with Facebook?

  • Sign up in 2 seconds
  • Use your FB profile image
  • No need to remember a password
  • See which of your friends would like this

Note: We don't post to your wall


Related Articles:

Tottenham newbie looking to leave to save World Cup dream
Man United in social media blunder
Time to prove him wrong at Chelsea?
Arsenal boss hopes FA Cup win can inspire Bayern comeback
Juventus star rules out Manchester United return