Argentine ace reveals he often considers hanging up his boots.
Liverpool transfer target Ezequiel Lavezzi has revealed that he frequently considers retirement from the game as his exit from Paris Saint Germain drags out, the Daily Express reports.
The Liverpool and Tottenham target admitted to being disillusioned with the environment that surrounds football, highlighting selfishness as a key factor in his thinking.
“Sometimes I think about giving it all up. It’s a thought running through my head today, not just in the past,” he said.
“Once I leave football, I will not continue in the world of sport. Right now I don’t know what I might do.
“Certainly the best thing that ties me to football is the possibility of living well, discovering new cultures, and spending time with my family when it’s possible – I enjoy it all the more.
“The worst aspect of it is the environment, everyone is powered by their own interests. It’s not all what it looks like from outside.”
The Premier League pair have been linked with £8m moves for the former Napoli man during the January transfer window.