Edinson Cavani
Paris Saint Germain striker Edinson Cavani could leave the club for Manchester UnitedReuters

Paris Saint Germain star Edinson Cavani has refused to commit his future to the Ligue 1 giants after recent reports claimed Manchester United are ready to renew their efforts in securing his services.

The Uruguay international has been linked with a move to the Premier League giants in recent times, with former manager United David Moyes reportedly trying to secure his services during the January transfer window.

And the speculation about a potential move to Old Trafford has increased recently after reports in France claimed the Ligue 1 giants want to sell the striker this summer in order to fund a move for Real Madrid and Argentina midfielder Angel Di Maria.

According to those reports, PSG boss Laurent Blanc has earmarked the signing of the Real Madrid star as his top priority but first needs to cash-in some players in order to balance the books and keep in line with the Uefa's Financial Fair Play rules.

And Cavani himself has fuelled the speculations claiming that even though he is happy at PSG, the football market is unpredictable.

"I am happy in Paris and I am thinking of staying here but in the football market, you never know..." Cavani said to Uruguayan outlet Ovacion Deportiva.

Questioned whether the club are trying to sell him, he said: "The project is to stay in Paris and the club owner thinks the same."

PSG paid around £55m to Napoli to secure his services last summer but reports have since claimed he is unhappy in the Ligue 1 outfit.

Manager Blanc used Cavani as a wide man last season instead of his preferred striking role, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic as the preferred choice in the number nine role.

"We talked before the end of the season about that and I think next season he will use a new formation," Cavani added.

Nevertheless, Ovacion Deportiva claims sources close to Cavani have confirmed he is likely to move to the Premier League in the future as he believes it's a better competition than Ligue 1.