Argentine ace eyes return to Italy.PSG striker Ezequiel Lavezzi has suggested that he could be open to a return to Italy with either of the Milan based clubs, according to Sky Sports.
The 27-year-old forward joined the Parisians last summer in a €30 million deal from fellow Serie A club Napoli but according to reports in Italy both Inter and AC Milan are taking a closer look at the Argentine international as they prepare to reinforce their squads ahead of next season.
And the player himself has responded positively: “I like coming here a lot. A future in the city of Milan? Never say never,” he said.
Although, it has been said that Lavezzi played a big part in convincing his former strike partner Edinson Cavani to join him at the Ligue 1 side as the Uruguayan reportedly agreed a four year deal in the French capital for a fee of €63 million.
Lavezzi had enjoyed a cult hero status at Napoli where he scored 48 goals and created 49 assists in 188 appearances at the San Paolo.
However, he has scored just 11 times in Paris this season, with only three coming in the league. His assists haven’t suffered though, creating six in 37 games.