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Pastore agent to meet with Chelsea

Reports that Javier Pastore is set to join Paris St-Germain are premature, according to Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini, who says that the midfielder's agent will meet with Chelsea on Friday.

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Pastore is the subject of interest from both clubs, with each having bid between €40 million and €50 million for the Argentine ace. However, despite reports that PSG are closing on a deal, Zamparini insists nothing is sorted yet.

"Tomorrow [Friday] his agent Marcelo Simonian will be in London to meet Chelsea," Zamparini told Stadio News.

Sky Sport Italia had claimed PSG had already signed a deal with the player, but Zamparini played down those repots.

"It's not true and this news [of Pastore joining PSG] is an invention," he told Radio Radio. "The only thing that is certain is that he is going abroad.

"We are in the decisive days now and I think Pastore is just one of a few world-class players, but I won't say where he is going, even under torture. The offers are between €40 million [£34.9m] and €50m [£43.6m]."

PSG director Leonardo also revealed on Thursday that there "is nothing concrete" on the former Huracan star as yet.


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