Ezequiel Lavezzi was one of the first big-name stars to be brought to the French capital as part of the Paris Saint-Germain revolution, but has suffered this season due to the number of superstars that have followed his lead.
The former Napoli man has seen the summer signing of Edinson Cavani limit his opportunities to play this term, with Lavezzi only starting in seven of the Parc des Princes side’s 16 Ligue 1 games.
As such the Argentina international has been linked with a move away from the club, with north London duo Tottenham and Arsenal reported suitors of the skilful attacker.
In the player’s latest admission, Lavezzi has stated that his future is up in the air.
"I do not know [what will happen in the future]," Lavezzi told Le Parisien.
"A player never knows exactly all these things. But what I can tell you is that I will do everything to change my situation in Paris because I did not give my best shot and I do not want this to continue."
Lavezzi will be keen to get back into the PSG side, especially with the World Cup on the horizon and a plethora of fellow attackers for Argentina to select from.
Countryman Javier Pastore is in the same situation that he has been a fringe player for Laurent Blanc’s men this season but has pledged to fight for his place in the French capital.
Lavezzi’s comments will not reduce the amount of speculation over his future, with his name sure to be mentioned as a possible Premier League target in the upcoming transfer window.
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