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.
Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool on RED ALERT as Lavezzi's contract talks stall
Daily Star | Aug 18