Lugano planning PSG departure

Diego Lugano says he will not be spending another season at Malaga, but he does intend to leave Paris St Germain this summer.

Last Updated: 13/07/13 at 13:19 Post Comment

Diego Lugano: Planning to make a fresh start this summer

Diego Lugano: Planning to make a fresh start this summer

The Uruguayan defender spent the second half of the 2012/13 campaign in Spain after falling out of favour in France.

The 32-year-old does not expect to see that agreement extended and will return to PSG for pre-season training.

Lugano will, however, be looking to make his way through the exit door at Parc des Princes at some stage during the current transfer window.

He told Urugol: "I will return to Paris St Germain. I was only on loan to Malaga and it is over, so I am returning to Paris.

"What else can I say? There is nothing to say yet. I will return to PSG and do the pre-season with the intention of leaving.

"I haven't decided where yet. I will return to France, but I will be trying to leave.

"I say try because I am a PSG player and they won't let me leave if they think I can be of use there. The idea is that they will give me the freedom to find another team."

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