Jeremy Menez could be heading back to Serie A and specifically Juventus after announcing he’ll leave PSG.
The former Roma winger has been heavily linked with a move to Juve, Milan, Inter or Napoli for several months.
“We spoke for a long time about extending my contract, but we have not been able to reach an agreement,” Menez told France Bleu.
“I am losing my confidence, even if I am challenging myself at the same time. It’s a shame they jeered me at the Parc des Princes, as I always give my best, but people think otherwise.
“I need to play more regularly in order to regain my form, but I don’t have that possibility here. We’ll see what happens, I still have three months left on my contract and will honour it.”
The 26-year-old is likely to attract a lot of attention over the summer if he leaves as a free agent.
He had already been heavily linked with Juve and Inter in January, though Menez had been eager to make his mark in Paris.
He made only 19 appearances for the club this season in all competition, scoring two goals.
At Roma he netted 12 goals in 114 games from 2008 to 2011 before he was sold to Paris Saint-Germain for €8m.
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