Yepes tipped for PSG exit
PSG defender Mario Yepes is being tipped to leave the Parc des Princes.
By Patrick Haond & Laurent Picard
Last Updated: 06/08/07 2:56pm
PSG defender Mario Yepes is being tipped to leave the Parc des Princes following showdown talks with Paul Le Guen.
The Colombia stopper has become unsettled in the capital after being informed he is not guaranteed first-team football due to competition for places.
PSG are believed to be willing to listen to offers and reportedly want 2.5million euros (£1.7million) for the 32-year-old defender.
According to reports in France, Bundesliga outfit Werder Bremen are the favourites for the former Nantes and River Plate ace's signature.
Another player ready to quit PSG is striker Carlos Bueno, who like Yepes, is unhappy at being informed he is not part of Le Guen's plans.
"I know the best option for me is to leave," Bueno told le Parisien. "I know that I have no chance of playing here.
"I'll wait till the end of the month and then I'll see where my future lies."
Meanwhile, Galatasaray have been linked with a move for striker Pauleta, who is in the last year of his contract, while one player who could be joining is Lyon's Sylvain Wiltord.