French moneybags Paris Saint-Germain will reignite their interest in Real Madrid superstar Angel Di Maria if they sell winger Ezequiel Lavezzi to Liverpool, according to the Express.
The report has suggested that Lavezzi's potential switch to Anfield could have a negative impact on Manchester United's transfer plans.
This is because the Red Devils appear to be in the running for Di Maria, but may now have to battle PSG for the player's signature in this window. The French outfit have to sell in order to bring Di Maria to the club, and it now seems that Lavezzi is the man that they're prepared to let go.
It remains to be seen as to whether Liverpool make a bid for the Argentine winger, but they may take pleasure in getting one over on their biggest rivals ahead of the new season. It appears that Reds boss Brendan Rodgers could yet land the PSG man in this window, as he looks to improve his side ahead of a Champions League challenge next term.
Lavezzi to Anfield?
Lavezzi, who has been rated at around £18 million would certainly offer Liverpool another option in their forward line. Following the departure of Uruguayan hitman Luis Suarez, Reds fans will be desperate for a marquee signing to arrive in the coming weeks.
The Argentine ace, along with the likes of Daniel Sturridge and Raheem Sterling would certainly offer Rodgers's side a great deal of fire power as they look to go one better than last season and claim the Premier League title next term.
Di Maria future
Di Maria, however, looks set to leave the Bernabeu following the arrival of James Rodriguez in this transfer window. It appears, then, that the winger will either join United or PSG this summer.
With the likes of Juan Mata, Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie already at Old Trafford, United would have a fearsome front line if they can pull off the Di Maria deal. Liverpool, though, could yet play their part in scuppering Louis van Gaal's plans.
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