Javier Pastore could leave PSG in January and the Argentinian is wanted in Premier League and Serie A.
PSG will have to sell some of their players if they want to comply with the Financial Fair Play regulations. The acquisitions of Neymar and Mbappe have created a big problem in their financial books and the Parisians will have to address that issue.
But luckily for them, their players attract a lot of interest. One of the players that will leave PSG in the winter is Javier Pastore. According to El Gol Digital, Chelsea, Liverpool and Inter Milan are all interested in the Argentinian and will be looking to submit offers for his services.
PSG are thought to be willing to let Pastore go for around €30m, in order to ensure a quick sale that would help them balance their books.
Liverpool sees Pastore as a replacement for Coutinho, in case the Brazilian will still push for a move to Barcelona. Chelsea are also looking for reinforcements for their midfield line and the 28-year-old is seen as a perfect solution.
Besides the Premier League duo, Pastore is also monitored by Inter Milan, who would like to bring the player to Serie A. Inter are thought to also be monitoring Mesut Ozil for that position.
Pastore’s future at PSG was in doubt since the arrival of Neymar. The Argentinian had to pass on the number 10 shirt to the Brazilian and has seen his number of first team minutes reduced.
PSG paid Palermo €42m for the transfer of Javier Pastore in 2011. His current contract at Parc des Princes is set to expire in 2019.