Along with his contract which will soon expire, Uruguay famous striker, Edinson Cavani reportedly attracted a number of European giants, including Atletico Madrid and Manchester United. But it seems that Paris Saint-Germain will not let the 32-year-old figure leave the Parc Des Princes before the season’s campaign ends.
Edinson Cavani, 32 years old, has actually been a mainstay of Paris Saint-Germain since he was redeemed from Naples in 2013. Over the last six years, Cavani was irreplaceable on the front lines, even though he had competed with Zlatan Ibrahimovic. But the situation changed, the arrival of Mauro Icardi made this Uruguayan player start out.
The Argentine starlet has performed brilliantly since being loaned from Inter Milan in the transfer market last summer. Inevitably, the issue of Cavani’s departure has been sticking out for the past two months. Moreover, the Uruguay player contract in Paris Saint-Germain is now only left until the end of this 2019/20 season.
The 32-year-old Uruguayan is unlikely to get a new contract so he will be free of charge at the end of the season. The future of the player was widely linked with Atletico Madrid, who are believed to be in need of a new striker to add to the team’s attack power.
While Manchester United reportedly wants to target a brand-new striker, and Cavani according to them is the ideal figure to accompany young players like Mason Greenwood, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial. Red Devils actually intend to buy Erling Haaland this winter, unfortunately the Norwegian striker prefers to join Dortmund.
In addition, there is also news that claims interest from other Premier League giants, Chelsea. However, as reported by RMC Sport, PSG does not want to sell Cavani in the winter transfer window this January, although the striker will be free to transfer in June. This is because of the busy schedule that awaits the club for the rest of the season.
Cavani is still considered useful for the troops of Thomas Tuchel, especially if Mauro Icardi is injured. Or a similar situation befell Neymar and Mbappe.