Lucas Moura and Ezequiel Lavezzi both are getting frustrated by not being regular starters for PSG. They are not the preferred choices of the new coach Laurent Blanc and now they are not sure about their future with the French club.
The Brazilian Lucas Mouras has made 11 out of his 21 appearances for his club as a substitute player and to make matters ever worse he was not taken into consideration by Luiz Felipe Scolari in Brazil’s latest friendly matches against Chile and Honduras and this might be due to the fact that his lack of playing time in PSG is affecting his spot with Brazil.
According toTuttoMercatoWeb, Lucas Moura could make a return to Sao Paulo in January, to the club he used to play for before making a move to PSG. Moura won the 2012 Southamerican Cup with Sao Paulo and it just might be the best move for him to make if the Brazilian wants to get back to his best form and even get a permanent spot in Brazil for the 2014 World Cup.
Lavezzi on the other hand has seen his time in the playing fields diminished after the arrival of Edinson Cavani from Napoli. Arsenal and Tottenham have displayed interested in signing Lavezzi and his lack of games might just see him making a switch to the Premier League.
Speaking to La Parisien, Lavezzi said that he was unsure of his future.
“I do not know what will happen in the future,” said Lavezzi.
“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.”
The arrival of Edinson Cavani has seen Lavezzi’s time on the sidelines becoming more and more frequent and less influential for PSG.