Malaga Set To Make Mateja Kezman Move - Report
13 August 2009 @ 14:58
Malaga are set to open talks about an audacious bid to sign Mateja Kezman from Paris Saint-Germain this summer as the striker looks set to leave the French outfit.
The Spanish side are hopeful that they can attract the 30-year-old after a successful return to la Primera Division last term almost saw them qualify for Europe.
Now Malaga are intent on building on that and want to add more quality to their squad and view Kezman as the goalscorer who could secure them a place in the top six, according to Le Parisien.
After spending just a year in the French capital, with six months of that on loan from Fenerbahce, the striker appears to be surplus to requirements and set to leave.
A return to Spanish football could be an attractive option and with Malaga proving their ambition with a change of coach and ten new players, Kezman could be persuaded.
After an underwhelming spell with Chelsea, the PSV hotshot spent a year with Atletico de Madrid, where he netted eight goals in 30 games, and then moved to Turkey in 2006.
Malaga have brought back promotion-winning coach Juan Ramon Lopez Muniz from Racing Santander and given him the support to bolster his squad with a host of new signings.
While many of the new faces are fringe players from big clubs such as Barca, Deportivo and Porto, Kezman would be seen as something of a coup and he would enjoy being the star once more.