Javier Pastore is fast becoming this years January transfer window soap opera in Italy. Inter are being heavily linked with the player as they see the Argentine trequartista as the answer to all their midfield problems. However it is proving to be a difficult drawn out process as Inter seek to see if a deal can be done to bring the former Palermo player back to Italy.
It is commonly known that Paris St. Germain are in a situation where they have to sell in order to comply with UEFA’s Financial Fair Play guidelines. This is after their well publicised multi million signing of Neymar from Barcelona in the summer. According to Sport.fr they need something in the region of €70 million to balance the books. In the event that the club fail to meet the Financial Fair Play requirements they could be made a example of by UEFA in their fight with Financial Fair Play and face severe penalties including expulsion from all international competitions. This would mean that they would not be able to play in the UEFA Champions League.
L’Equipe took time to have a look at the time Pastore has had with PSG in Ligue 1. They went on to label him as a kind of unfinished symphony stating that since his arrival in 2011 he has failed to deliver the great potential that he promised. At the moment Inter are the team being linked most frequently to the Argentine play-maker but whether his destination turns out to be Inter or not it would seem that the players days in Paris are all but over.