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Edinson Cavani's future is not at all clear. He only knows that he will not stay at PSG and although Atletico Madrid are after him, a return to Italy seems to becoming more likely. And now there is rumours of him joining Roma.
Paris Saint-Germain's all-time record scorer Edinson Cavani will leave the club ahead of the return of the Champions League, media reports claimed on Saturday.
Paris Saint-Germain will play the Champions League in August, but by then up to eight players will have left. The club must wait for the confirmation of the LFP to negotiate with its players.
PSG sporting director, Leonardo, confirmed that Edinson Cavani and Thiago Silva will not renew their contracts, which end on 30th June, for next season. However, he hopes that they can play the Champions League in August.
Lautaro Martínez is increasingly being linked as a possible signing for Barcelona. In fact, Inter reportedly already have 3 candidates to succeed him. According to the Italian press, the favourites are reportedly Edinson Cavani from PSG, Federico Chiesa from Fiorentina, and Sandro Tonali from Brescia.
In Italy they see Alvaro Morata back in Serie A. Tuttosport' have put the Atletico Madrid striker, who they link to Inter Milan, on their cover. If Edinson Cavani arrives at the Metropolitano, the Madrid-born player could pack his bags and try his luck at the 'Nerazzurri' club.
Edinson Cavani's future is about to be decided in the next few days. The Uruguayan seemed to be debating between Atleti and Inter, and now everything seems to indicate that he has opted for the former, rejecting the latter.
Edinson Cavani ends his contract with PSG at the end of the season and will look for a new team. Nicolas Anelka, a former player for the Parisian team, believes letting him leave would be a mistake.
Ander Herrera, Edinson Cavani's teammate at PSG, confirmed that the 'Matador' is like crazy to play in Spain. He was a step away from joining Atletico in the winter transfer window and Atletico are still interested in the attacker.
The 2019-2020 Ligue 1 season is now over. Players have to take care of themselves.
Edinson Cavani's PSG contract is ending, but he would be willing to renew, according to the French press. The Uruguayan would even accept taking up to a 40% wage cut to stay at the Parc des Princes.