Inter knocked back in Lavezzi pursuit

After city rivals AC Milan saw an enquiry rejected, the blue half of San Siro have also been warned off in their hunt for the Argentina international
By Fabrizio Romano

Paris Saint-Germain have told Inter they have no intention of selling Ezequiel Lavezzi, but the Serie A side could still pursue a move for the forward before the end of the summer transfer window.

The Nerazzurri have already been knocked back in moves for Tottenham's Erik Lamela, Southampton's Pablo Osvaldo and Stefan Jovetic of Manchester City in recent weeks.

As a result they turned their attention towards the Argentina star, following initial interest in the player back in January, but their approach was again not welcomed by the Ligue 1 champions.

Inter were given hope as Lavezzi is yet to put pen to paper on a new and improved contract on the back of weeks of negotiations, though he is expected to sign fresh terms in the near future.

But with Angel Di Maria tipped to make a €60 million switch to the French capital, that could open the door for the 29-year-old's exit, meaning Inter have not given up all hope of luring him to San Siro.

City rivals AC Milan were also keen on Lavezzi, but PSG remained firm in their stance as they bid to assemble a side to win their third straight title next season.

His current deal in Paris runs until the summer of 2016.