Manchester United target Edinson Cavani continues to be vague regarding his future at Paris Saint-Germain as he first admitted that he will remain with the Ligue 1 champions only to make a U-turn and say that he could leave in the summer.
The Uruguayan striker has been heavily linked with a move to England in the summer after becoming disillusioned with life in Paris as manager Laurent Blanc continues to play him out of position to accommodate main striker Zlatan Ibrahimovich in his preferred central role.
The French club, however, are reluctant to let him go, with president Nasser Al-Khelaifi making it clear that he is not for sale. The club sees him as the future and are not willing to part with him despite the player stating his intentions.
Cavani has again refused to commit his future to PSG and has given interested clubs hope of landing him in the summer. The former Napoli forward has revealed that all he wants to do is "play football".
"I like to play football whenever I can," Cavani said, as quoted by the Mirror.
"Football is my passion and who knows where I'll be playing in the future - you can't know. Whenever football is played, I will be ready to play wherever I have to do it," the Uruguayan international added.
Apart from United and Arsenal, Premier League champions Chelsea have also been linked with a move for the forward as Jose Mourinho looks to bring in a striker, who can challenge Diego Costa for a first-team spot and provide adequate backup in case of an injury to his top marksman.
Despite starting out of position for most games, Cavani has been impressive for PSG this past campaign scoring 31 goals in all competitions and helping the club to their second consecutive Ligue 1 title.