Friday, 14th December, 2012
Paris Saint-Germain striker Guillaume Hoarau is attracting interest from both Everton and Monaco, according to French sports daily L’Equipe.
The 28-year-old has struggled for playing time this season at the Parc des Princes and may well be open to calling time upon his PSG spell.
English Premier League outfit Everton have been interested in Hoarau previously, with the Toffees keen on the goal-getter as recently as the 2012 January transfer window, when they pushed hard to take him to Goodison Park on deadline day.
Now the club’s manager David Moyes could be set to try again, as he hunts for a striker to bring to Merseyside next month; Moyes has already enquired about Marseille hitman Loic Remy.
Monaco meanwhile can also present Hoarau with a tempting offer.
Claudio Ranieri’s men look set to secure promotion back to Ligue 1 this season and have long term ambitions of challenging PSG at the top of the French game.
Signing the striker from PSG next month may prove difficult however.
While PSG coach Carlo Ancelotti clearly prefers other striking options, the Italian is loathe to weaken his squad in mid-season.
Hoarau has made just six appearances for PSG in Ligue 1 this season, finding the back of the net once.
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