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Paris St Germain defender heading for Ligue 1 exit

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Diego Lugano has resumed training with the Paris Saint-Germain first team following a loan spell at Malaga last season, but his return to France could be short-lived.

The defender played in the Confederations Cup this summer, where Uruguay were eliminated by Brazil. Now he is back with the French Champions and their new manager, Laurent Blanc. 

However, for how long will Lugano remain a PSG player? He has only made 12 appearances for the side since he was signed from Fenerbache two years ago.

And with the likes of Thiago Silva and Alex for competition, his hopes of regular football look even harder to obtain at the Parc des Princes next season - especially as PSG won the Ligue 1 title last term.

According to L'Equipe - and reported by ESPN - a return to Turkey or a move to the Premier League are the most realistic outcomes for the out-of-favour centre-back.

Both West Bromwich Albion and Antalyaspor have been linked with potential moves for the Uruguay captain.

As Blanc prepares his squad for the Champions Trophy match with Bordeaux this weekend, it seems that he may also be looking for a new club for Lugano.

 

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