PSG announce signing of Argentinas Lavezzi
Paris Saint-Germain have completed the signing of Argentine international Ezequiel Lavezzi from Napoli on a four-year deal after he completed a medical on Monday, the French giants have announced.
No fee has been revealed, but reports say that PSG will pay in the region of 30 million euros ($38m) for Lavezzi, making him the third most expensive player in their history behind Javier Pastore and Nicolas Anelka.
Lavezzi, 27, began his career with Estudiantes de La Plata and also played for San Lorenzo before moving to Napoli in 2007, scoring 38 goals in five seasons in Serie A.
The player, who is PSG's first summer signing, has also been capped 19 times by Argentina.
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