Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani has put his future at the club in doubt after admitting that he had the “three hardest years” of his career since joining in 2013.
Manchester United and Chelsea are said to be interested with the Uruguayan forward, though Italian giants Juventus are poised to beat the English clubs to his signature should he decide to move on from the French champions.
According to reports from Italy yesterday, Juventus and Cavani have already struck a basic agreement for a three-year contract. The meeting with both parties were said to have taken place in London around PSG’s match against Chelsea on March 9.
Despite personal terms already agreed upon, a deal with PSG has yet to be made, leaving room for competition from Chelsea and Manchester United to swoop in and seal the deal.
Cavani is currently valued in the region of €40m.