The Argentina winger, 29, who joined the Ligue 1 club in 2012 from Napoli after five years in Serie A looks set to leave as the French champions begin a cull to balance the books.

PSG were dealt a blow earlier in the summer when they were deemed to have breached Financial Fair Play rules, and although that didn't stop them signing David Luiz from Chelsea for £50m, they now feel the need to move on some of their fringe players.

And although Lavezzi was considered a key player last season, starting 24 league games, negotiations over a new deal are reported to have broken down.

And reports in Italy suggest Juventus and AC Milan are both looking at Lavezzi but may be put off by his £20m price tag.

Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool have all shown interest this summer and would be able to afford that fee.