Lavezzi in the dark over Inter link

The Argentine has struggled to justify his €30 million price tag since arriving at the Parc des Princes from Napoli last year but says he does not know if he is bound for San Siro
Ezequiel Lavezzi is refusing to rule out the possibility of joining Inter in January but says that his current focus is on proving his worth to Paris Saint-Germain.

Nerazzurri boss Walter Mazzarri admitted on Wednesday that the Argentina international would be a "useful" addition to his squad during the winter transfer window.

Lavezzi freely admits that a move could materialise but insists that remains determined to justify the reported €30 million fee PSG paid to sign him from Napoli in 2012.

"Join Inter in January? I don't know," he told Le Parisien. "A player never knows exactly about these things. These are things that can happen in football. These are the possibilities of the transfer window; it's normal.

"But what I can tell you is that I will do everything to change my situation in Paris because I have not yet shown the best of myself and I don't want to continue like that. I want to reverse this trend and that's because I love Paris."

PSG boss Laurent Blanc claimed recently that Lavezzi was struggling physically and the 28-year-old attacker says his fitness has been an issue.

"It's true that I don't feel great," the Albiceleste ace confessed. "I didn't have a good preparation for the championship.

"And the fact that my level [of performance] is not good is certainly linked to the fact that I am, physically, a bit weak.

"So, I must speak with the doctor and remedy this situation."