Napoli forward Ezequiel Lavezzi has been heavily linked with a move abroad, and FIFA agent Ernesto Bronzetti believes that the most likely destination will be Paris Saint-Germain.
Lavezzi was booed by some of the Partenopei support during the final home game of the season against Siena following strong rumors about a move to Inter, but now the Ligue 1 runnerup look poised to seal the deal.
"There is now a 90 percent chance that Lavezzi will move to Paris this summer," Bronzetti told Radio Kiss Kiss Napoli. "Even though there are other clubs interested, even Chinese sides, I think PSG will win this auction."
Rumors that coach Walter Mazzarri is set to leave the club have also been rife in recent weeks, but Bronzetti does not believe that the Azzurri will have to look for a replacement any time soon.
"I don't think he'll leave Napoli, and I am sure he is interested in three or four good players," he revealed.
Napoli won the Coppa Italia this season after being Juventus 2-0 in Rome's Olympic Stadium.
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