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Pastore set to seal PSG move

Javier Pastore has announced his intention to sign for Paris St Germain, ending Chelsea's hopes of luring the Palermo midfielder to Stamford Bridge.

• Zamparini: Pastore deal done with PSG

Pastore had been tracked by Chelsea for most of the summer, but the new spending power and future plans of Ligue 1 side PSG has proved decisive.

"You can officially say that I will be a Paris St Germain player, although I still need to do the medical and review some details,'' Pastore revealed on his personal website. "I want to be a part of Paris St Germain, which is a great club with a great history.''

The Qatar Investment Authority bought a controlling stake in the capital club two months ago and since then there has been a revolution both on and off the pitch. Leonardo left Inter Milan after just half a season to become the club's sporting director before reeling off a host of new signings.

"Marcelo (Simonian, his agent) and I were talking about this. I care very much about the sporting project, that is why. I talk about it a lot,'' said the Argentina international. "I am very eager to begin this new phase. They explained the project and immediately seduced me to the challenge.

"Winning the league and the cup - I want the team to succeed in everything. In particular I will give my best in every game. It makes me immensely happy that they trusted me.''

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