There’s little doubt Edinson Cavani would elicit suitors if he were to hit the transfer market just one summer after costing Paris Saint-Germain $100 million to extract from Napoli. And if PSG doesn’t make a move to play him in his more proper striking position, we may see him in a new kit next season. Cavani, 27, has struck 21 times in 33 matches for his new club this season, and says he’s focusing on winning as much silverware as possible with PSG. But he’s also openly admitting his dissatisfaction in Laurent Blanc’s 4-3-3 system, saying he came to PSG to play out-and-out striker.
Edinson Cavani admits interest in leaving PSG
Pro Soccer Talk | Apr 1