Juventus and Milan are ready to pounce after Ezequiel Lavezzi’s PSG problems intensified this weekend.
Pocho looks to be on his way out of Paris, as contract renegotiations have broken down and he is dropping down the pecking order.
The Argentina international is on the bench for today’s Ligue 1 match against Bastia, fuelling rumours of an imminent exit.
Sky Sport Italia also claim there is a Juve scout in the stands for that game this afternoon.
Juventus and Milan are both keeping a close eye on the situation, as Lavezzi is proven in Serie A from his time at Napoli.
The problem is that he would cost around €20m and command wages of €4.5m per season.
It is therefore likely the two Italian sides will see if PSG are prepared to loan Lavezzi with an option to buy at the end of the season.
The 29-year-old forward’s contract runs until June 2016.
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