Javier Pastore has once more confirmed reports that he would prefer to stay with Paris Saint-Germain rather than return back to Serie A this January.
The Argentine playmaker made the move out to the French capital almost 18 months ago but has been linked with a return to the Italian League this season, with Milan and Inter said to be interested.
However, in reiterating a message from earlier in the week,  the 23-year-old has dismissed the idea that he is pushing to leave France.
“I am pleased that two major clubs in Italy and the world are talking about me, but I am happy here, I am relaxed and if the club wants me to stay, I will voluntarily stay,” he told Sky Sport Italia.
Inter’s absent star Wesley Sneijder has been linked with a move to PSG.
“Sneijder? He is a great champion who has won everything with Inter. We all know the quality that he possesses and if he were to come here then that would be good for the team.”
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