Edinson Cavani's representatives are in London today as the striker considers a summer move away from Paris Saint-Germain. The Uruguay international is out with a thigh injury which could yet rule him out of their Champions League tie with Bayer Leverkusen. He has been a success in France but is known to be unsure about a future there and looks unhappy in his body language as he is continually used in a wider role alongside Zlatan Ibrahimovic. MailOnline revealed how Manchester United have been asking about Cavani with Sir Alex Ferguson having contacted Laurent Blanc to check on his availability last month. United remain keen on the 26-year-old but know that Chelsea are also in the market. Both clubs have a similar list of targets with Blues boss Jose Mourinho having already made headway on a deal for Atletico Madrid's Diego Costa with Mario Mandzukic of Bayern Munich another option.
United and Chelsea target Cavani weighs up Premier League
Daily Mail | Feb 6