Paris Saint Germain (PSG) manager Thomas Tuchel has made a big declaration on the future of experienced striker Edinson Cavani.
Thomas Tuchel had a chat with reporters shortly after his team defeated French Ligue II opposition Lorient in the French Cup at the weekend.
According to him, its highly unlikely that Edinson Cavani will be at PSG at the end of this present January winter transfer market.
His declaration has fuelled the transfer links involving Edinson Cavani and a lot of European clubs especially the ones in the Premier League.
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Edinson Cavani is attracting interest from three Premier League sides and one Spanish La Liga outfit.
The 32-year-old Uruguayan international player is a top target for Spanish club Atletico Madrid who are the favourites for him.
Atletico Madrid have already made a bid of €10m for Cavani as confirmed by the sporting director at PSG, Leonardo.
According to the PSG sporting director Leonardo via his interview with reporters on Sunday night, they received a bid proposal from Atletico Madrid for the striker and it was rejected.