The Argentine midfielder's time at Parc des Princes could well be coming to an end after the coach chose to publicly criticise the player's underwhelming form
The Argentine has scored only once for les Parisiens so far this season and speculation has been mounting in France that the former Palermo midfielder could leave in the next transfer window.
Speaking at a press conference before the 2-1 loss to Nice, Ancelotti did little to calm the talk over a potential exit for Pastore.
"Pastore has disappointed me with his performances, but I expect he is disappointed with the way he's playing too," the 53-year-old Italian told journalists.
The comments come in the wake of Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini's claims that Inter would be keen on the possibility of acquiring the Argentina international.
Should a move materialise, it is likely that this would spell the end of Wesley Sneijder's career with Inter, which has been in jeopardy after a contract stand-off with the San Siro outfit.