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Ezequiel Lavezzi has admitted he does not know whether he will stay at Paris Saint-Germain beyond this winter, but hopes to win back a first-team place.

Ezequiel Lavezzi holds his head after a missed chance
Lavezzi signed for PSG from Napoli.

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Lavezzi, 28, has been relegated to a bit-part role in recent weeks after a string of below-par displays for the French champions this season.

Interest from Inter Milan in particular has been widely reported, and the Argentina international told Le Parisien even he is unsure of what the future holds.

"I don't know. Players never really know about those things. But what I can tell you is that I am going to do everything to change my situation in Paris because I'm not giving the best image of myself and I don't want that to continue," Lavezzi, who signed a four-year deal at the Parc des Princes in summer 2012, said, before admitting a January move could not be ruled out.

"Those are things that can happen in football. Those are the possibilities of the transfer market, that's normal."

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