Clement torn over future
By Laurent Picard & Patrick Haond
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Rangers midfielder Jeremy Clement is torn between a return to Lyon, or moving to PSG.
Rangers midfielder Jeremy Clement is torn between a return to Lyon, or linking up with Paul Le Guen for a third time.
Clement looks set to leave Rangers just six months after arriving from Lyon in a £1million plus deal.
He is wanted by his former club, following an injury to Alou Diarra, but also has the option of joining Le Guen at Paris Saint Germain.
The 22-year-old played under Le Guen at Lyon and Rangers, and the French champions' sporting director Bernard Lacombe confirmed Clement's indecision.
"I have met (PSG chairman) Mr Cayzac and (director of sport) Alain Roche," Lacombe told AFP. "The boy doesn't know what to decide.
"In Paris, there is Paul (Le Guen) with whom he spent great moments at Lyon and Glasgow.
"He hesitates and doesn't know yet what the good choice is.
"We are interested in him because some players are injured. We have talked to his agent, but things are complicated.
"A decision could be announced in under 48 or 72 hours."
New Gers boss Walter Smith has confirmed the enquiries for Clement, who missed Sunday's win at Dunfermline Athletic with flu.