Liverpool have been linked with a move for Argentine and PSG forward Ezequiel Lavezzi several times this summer.
The PSG star impressed during Argentina's run to the World Cup final and has an impressive haul of trophies in the French capital. So far Lavezzi has won two Ligue 1 titles in a row along with the French versions of the League Cup and the Community Shield.
In 2012, Lavezzi made the switch from Serie A side Napoli to Paris Saint-Germain, joining Zlatan Ibrahimovic in the French capital.
In his first season in Paris, Lavezzi made 42 appearances, scoring 11 goals. Three of these were in the French League, while five of these were in the Champions League.
The Argentine forward has played two seasons in Paris, playing a total of 90 games, scoring a total of 23 goals.
Lavezzi linked with move away from Paris
During this summers' transfer window so far, Lavezzi has been linked with a move away from the French capital.
It seems that Lavezzi may be pushed out of the PSG team, as manager Laurent Blanc looks to buy fellow Argentine winger Angel Di Maria who also impressed at this years World Cup in Brazil.
As Liverpool look to replace the goals left by the departure of Luis Suarez, Lavezzi could be a good choice of the Reds, as he is a versatile player who would add some flare into Brendan Rodgers' side.
However I believe that Lavezzi would only be a good purchase for Liverpool if he is prepared to play at striker most of the time.
With the deal for Remy falling through, Lavezzi could be the versatile striker Rodgers is looking for and despite usually starting on the wing, Lavezzi would be best served playing as a striker.