Florent Malouda has struggled to find the field for Chelsea under new manager Andres Villas-Boas so it looks like the Frenchmen will try to move away from Stamford Bridge to get back to playing. The 31-year-old has been with Chelsea since the Blues bought him from Lyon in the summer of 2007 and now it looks like he is eying a move back to France or really anywhere he can get some playing time.
"I'm not getting enough playing time," said Malouda. "It's too limited for the ambitions I have. I can't be happy with that. If it is necessary, I will leave."
There are only 18 months left in Malouda's contract with the Blues and it appears as if Villas-Boas is prepared to part with him, but not until the summer unless someone makes an incredible offer for the Frenchman. Paris Saint-Germain and their Qatari money could be just the club to make that incredible offer. PSG have been rumored to be interested in Malouda's services and with Carlo Ancelotti set to take over at the club, who coached Malouda at Chelsea, a big money bid could be on the way.