Paris Saint-Germain have revised their asking price for Ezequiel Lavezzi, alerting Inter Milan in the process.
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The Lombardy giants are just one of several Italian clubs who are interested in bringing the Argentine forward back to Serie A.
Lavezzi moved to PSG in 2012 having previously made his name in Italy. He moved briefly to Genoa in 2004 before finally starring with Napoli after having first returned to Argentina.
He impressed over five years in Naples, winning the Coppa Italia in 2012. The Little Donkeys are interested in bringing their one-time hero back to the club, but face competition from Internazionale, who are long-time admirers of the Argentine international.
According to Le Parisien [via CalcioNews24], Inter have been alerted after PSG have slapped a 10 million euro price tag on their hard-working forward.
It is believed that Roberto Mancini will look to bid for the player as he attempts to bolster his attacking options ahead of this season.
It was a possibility that Lavezzi would leave the Parc des Princes during the January window, but having remained at the club, a departure in the summer looks likely.