Paris St Germain’s Edison Cavani has not ruled out an exit from the French capital this summer after admitting he will have to hold discussions with the club.
The 27-year-old joined PSG in a reported €65 million deal last summer but rumours have continued all season long because Cavani has had to settle for a wide role in order to accommodate for Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Last night, Cavani was in action as PSG triumphed over Chelsea 3-1 in the Champions League quarter final and although it would take an astronomical amount of money to sign him, Cavani is leaving the possibility open.
“We’ll see at the end of the season. We have to finish the season first,” he told French newspaper L’Equipe when asked about his future.
“I am in Paris, but there are certainly things we must talk about with the club, things should be done differently.
“Chelsea were interested. But the only thing that matters in the transfer window is spending money, just like Palermo did in 2009, Napoli in 2011 and PSG did last summer.
“I do not know (if my agent has met with United and Chelsea). If something should happen, it’s my brother who will do it and will be at the table with interested parties.”
United have been linked with a move for the PSG striker despite having an embarrassment of riches in the striker department but with Robin van Persie’s future still uncertain, the possibility of Cavani joining remains intact.