Paris Saint-Germain attacking midfielder Javier Pastore says he is considering his future at the Ligue One club after being left out of the starting line up for the club’s last two matches.
The Argentinian scored and provided an assist in the 4-1 win over Nantes last week, but only made the bench for the Champions League match against Celtic, and the crunch title clash against Monaco at the weekend.
Speaking to L’Equipe (translated by TalkSport), the 28 year old was dismayed that he isn’t being picked for the club’s most high profile games:
“I was disappointed. I always want to play, I do not play important matches like in the Champions League or today against Monaco. It was more or less like that all year long. I have already said it, I’m going to think about my future but the important thing is to try to help the team during the ten minutes that I enter the field.”
Chelsea and Liverpool have been mentioned by L’Equipe as possible destinations for Pastore, but the player himself has expressed a desire to return to Italy. Inter Milan are said to be firm favourites to land the midfielder in the January transfer window with the PSG star having a strong connection with Inter’s director of football Walter Sabatini, who signed him for Palermo back in 2009.