Candreva flattered by PSG

2014-06-09 11:45
Antonio Candreva (Supplied)

Cape Town - Lazio forward Antonio Candreva has admitted that he is flattered by the reported interest from reigning French champions Paris Saint-Germain.

The Italy international extended his contract to remain at the Stadio Olimpico by another four years in October last year. However, he has since hinted that he would consider moving to the French capital as he believes the Parisians are a "great option".

"Paris would be a great option for me," Candreva told Telefoot. "They are one of Europe's great clubs.

"I'm very flattered by PSG's interest. We will see in the next few days what can happen with PSG."

The forward has made 87 appearances for The Eagles scoring 21 goals.

The 27-year-old is currently on duty with the Italian national team as they prepare for the upcoming Soccer World Cup in Brazil.

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