Arsenal & Tottenham target unsettled PSG striker

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Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur have been offered hope in their alleged pursuit of Ezequiel Lavezzi, after the Paris Saint-Germain striker refused to rule out the possibility of a transfer, reports the Daily Express.

The Argentina international has been heavily linked with a move away from Parc des Princes in January, as he continues to play second fiddle to Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Edinson Cavani.

Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has been credited with an interest in bringing the 28-year-old to the Emirates Stadium at the turn of the year, while Andre Villas-Boas is also believed to be an admirer of the PSG frontman.

Spurs are ready to rival Arsenal for Lavezzi's signature, who could leave the Ligue 1 champions in the New Year, after scoring just one solitary goal since his £25million move from Napoli in the summer.

"I do not know [about a transfer]. A player never knows exactly all these things," he said. "But what I can tell you is that I will do everything to change my situation in Paris because I did not give it my best shot and I do not want this to continue.

"I did not prepare myself well before the championship. And the fact that my level is not good is certainly linked to the fact that I'm a bit weak physically."

Despite the fact Lavezzi appears disillusioned with life in France, he remains committed to the PSG cause, and will strive to improve his form in Laurent Blanc's side.

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