Ezequiel Lavezzi has admitted that he wields less influence at Paris Saint-Germain than he did at Napoli.
The Argentina international has been a perennial figure in the French side’s starting line-up this season, starting 24 League matches and scoring seven goals.
But after leaving the Partenopei for the Ligue 1 outfit in 2012, the striker has conceded that it took him time to adapt.
“At first I did not play to the level that was expected of me,” he told Telefoot.
“But I think things have changed now. It is different for me here than it was at Napoli.
“At PSG, everything revolves around Zlatan Ibrahimovic, whereas I had the influence at Napoli.”
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