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Walter Mazzarri will be keeping a close eye on Paris Saint-Germain. Edinson Cavani is reportedly unhappy with his supporting role to Zlatan Ibrahimovic and wants a move in the summer (as reported here in the Express).
It was Mazzarri, of course, who launched Cavani from steady performer to global superstar, and the thoughts of the pair teaming up again at the San Siro should have Inter fans more than a little excited.
It's another South American with links to Naples who could interest Mazzarri, however. Because if Cavani's unhappy at being second fiddle, spare a thought for Ezequiel Lavezzi.
The Argentine is reportedly eyeing the door ASAP (via the Metro) having seen himself slip behind both Ibra and Cavani in the Parisian pecking order.
Lavezzi will be keen to secure first-team football and a starring role for a major club that can showcase his talents ahead of next summer's World Cup. Argentina aren't exactly shy of attacking options, and he'll know that regularly impressing at club level will be crucial for him to secure a space for Brazil 2014.
The versatile forward would certainly provide more options for Mazzarri, who was able to get the best out of Lavezzi's creative abilities at Napoli.