Edinson Cavani is edging ever closer to an exit from Paris Saint-Germain in the summer, as reports claim that the striker’s agent is set to hold talks with Manchester United and Juventus over a potential transfer at the end of the season.
The Uruguayan’s future has been under intense speculation – with the forward apparently disgruntled at being played out of position with the Ligue 1 outfit to allow Zlatan Ibrahimovic a starring role up front.
The 25-year-old has scored 25 goals in all competitions for PSG, and remains a highly sought after striker in Europe.
His reported unhappiness has inevitably put a number of top clubs on high alert over his availability – including Manchester United and Juventus.
Despite PSG president Nasser Al Khelaifi stating that Cavani would not be sold in the summer, saying, “He is young and he is the future of the club. He will be at PSG next season,”, the Daily Express report that the striker’s agent is set to meet with Manchester United and Juventus chiefs this week.
According to the information from the British tabloid, Cavani’s agents, Pierpaolo Triulzi and Carlo Anellucci, will hold talks with the two European giants within the next few days.
If the meetings go smoothly, Triulzi and Anellucci will encourage the two clubs to confirm their interest with an official bid.