Tottenham Hotspur have enquired on the availability of PSG winger Lucas Moura, expressing their interest to acquire him on a loan deal
Lucas Moura has struggled to get games to his belt this season and is keen to leave PSG in January. Reports from Le 10 Sport suggests that Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has no intention of stri8king a permanent deal for the Brazilian this January, but has informed PSG of his readiness to stri8ke a deal if the player is made available on loan.
According to Le Parisien earlier this week, PSG are holding out for 40 million Euros for Lucas Moura, as the likes of Manchester United and Liverpool are also interested in the player.
Lucas Moura was the most sought-after Brazilian player in 2012 when PSG beat off competition from Manchester United to sign him. Lucas is 25, and a fresh start might do him a lot of good after being edged out of the PSG team due to the presence of other quality big money additions.
Meanwhile, Lucas Moura has made only 5 appearances for PSG this season, all as a substitute and has scored once and provided one assist.