JAVIER PASTORE admits he will consider his future in January amid rumours Liverpool are keen on him.
Pastore has only started a handful of games for Paris St-Germain this season and has been linked with a winter move to kickstart his career.
The 28-year-old has lost his place in Argentina’s national side and faces a battle to make their World Cup squad.
Reports last week claimed that Liverpool are keen on bringing Pastore to the Premier League when the transfer window reopens.
And the ex-Palermo star says he is willing to think about a move away from PSG in the near future.
He said: “I’m disappointed about how things are going on here.
“I want to play important games, such as Champions League ones, or against Monaco. But it’s all up to the boss, of course.
“A winter move? There are talks like that roughly every season. And, as I’ve already said, I’ll sure give a thought to my future.
“Now I’m just focused on helping the team, and that’s what I did yesterday, during the 10 minutes I’ve been allowed to play.”
Transfermarketweb claimed last week that a host of clubs are keeping tabs on Pastore ahead of the January transfer window.
It is said Liverpool are keen on a January swoop for him and face competition from Inter Milan, Roma and Sevilla.
Pastore, who is under contract at PSG until June 2019, is reportedly up for grabs for around £17m.
The midfielder moved to Paris for £35m in August 2011 and has gone on to play over 230 games for the club, scoring and assisting on a regular basis.