Cavani admits he could leave PSG as Chelsea told Jovic exit ‘inevitable’
Edinson Cavani has admitted he could leave PSG at the end of the season, with Chelsea always linked with a possible transfer move.
There has been a lot of speculation that they will look to replace star man Eden Hazard, who is heavily tipped to pack his bags and make the big money move to Real Madrid, who are reportedly keen to try and acquire his services for around £100 million.
Another talisman will be sought after, with reports suggesting that PSG ace Cavani is being lined up after another stunning season for the French Champions which has seen him break the 20-goal barrier once again, which has also made him the clubs highest ever goal-scorer.[the_ad id=”164″]
We pushed to sign Cavani in January, according to the Sun, but were knocked back before making a move for Higuain. And if their transfer ban appeal is successful, or at least delayed, Cavani could be a summer target.
And though the striker admits he is happy in France, he is making no promises over his future.
“I have a contract here. One more year. I’m good, serene, happy with the life and supporters.
“But in football, you never know.”
Meanwhile, Eintracht Frankfurt sporting director Fredi Bobic sayst Luka Jovic’s departure is inevitable if Real Madrid make a move.
We ended month of speculation during the January transfer window and managed to secure a loan deal for Argentine striker Gonzalo Higuaín, while also wrapping up a deal which saw Alvaro Morata depart for Atletico Madrid, as they needed to revamp the front-line.
Higuaín has been impressive at times for his new club and already has Four goals to his name, but there is speculation that we are looking to sign a more long-term answer to their problems, as the Argentine is coming towards the back end of his career and Jovic has been linked with a move.
And with the club facing the transfer ban, it seems they could miss out on a potential deal as Madrid now lead the chase.
Bobic has admitted that Jovic leaving the club in the coming transfer windows is inevitable, especially if Madrid come calling.
“My desire is for him to remain at Eintracht but I am realistic, if a club like Madrid comes in for him, we do not have a chance of keeping him,” he said on Sky Sports.