French International confirms Ligue 1 career ‘will come to and end’ as Liverpool lead chase

Jeremy Menez has admitted that he feels he must leave Paris Saint-Germain in the summer for the sake of his career.

The midfielder was linked with the Anfield giants during the January transfer window and boss Brendan Rodgers could be set to battle it out with Italian giants Juventus for his signature at the end of the season.

And despite reports which claimed he was willing to stay, he has come out and revealed his contract will not be extended.

As quoted on the SportsDirectNews website, he said:”I’m at the end of my contract, and we haven’t been able to reach an agreement. So, it’s going to be difficult to stay.

“For my good, I have to get back onto the pitch, enjoy myself and get my confidence back.

“I still have objectives to achieve. For that, I think I’m going to have to leave.

“My objective will be Euro 2016. It’s a little complicated. I have never found myself in a situation like this. My season started badly, I had an operation. After that, there were games in which I should have played but didn’t.

“That’s due to things other than football, but that’s part of it. You have to deal with it, and I am digging in. There are two months left. We’ll see after that.”

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