The agent of Edinson Cavani has revealed that the Paris Saint-Germain striker is open to a Premier League move, alerting Manchester United and Arsenal.
The 20-times English champions are interested in signing the Uruguayan international as a replacement for Robin van Persie. United's league rivals Arsenal are also reportedly interested in signing the former Napoli star this summer.
Cavani's agent Claudio Anellucci says it is too early to make a decision on the South American striker's future, but hinted his client could make a switch to England or Spain at the end of this season.
"For the moment, it seems too early to make any such considerations. Edi is under contract with PSG and discussions of this kind are linked to different situations," Annellucci told Radio Olympia as quoted by Goal.com.
"Once the situation has been clarified, different scenarios could open up given that players such as him, at the height of their maturity, are coveted by the best teams in Europe.
"The markets of interest are Spain and England, and that currently excludes an Italian club being able to take part in going for Cavani," the striker's agent said.
Earlier in January, Cavani also dropped a hint that a move away from his current employers could be on the cards after admitting that "in football anything can happen."
"Future? I'm [in] one of the best teams in the world, there are great players and a great project. I am proud, but in football you never know what can happen. What I can say here is that I'm fine," Cavani told Uruguayan publication Ovacion.
United also have Radamel Falcao as a striker in the squad. The Colombian international is on a season-long loan from AS Monaco and has struggled at Old Trafford this season. Louis van Gaal could allow the former Ateltico Madrid star to leave and not sign him on a permanent transfer in the summer.
Van Persie and Falcao's future at United remains uncertain and the Dutch manager could allow one of these two strikers to leave and replace him with Cavani. Meanwhile, the Red Devils could face competition from Arsenal, who are also keen on securing the PSG striker's services.