Paris Saint-Germain forward Edinson Cavani has not ruled out a move from the Ligue 1 champions during the summer transfer window.
Manchester United are keen on luring Cavani to Old Trafford and it is reported that there is already a deal waiting on the table.
However, the 27-year-old striker, who wants to be the number one choice in any team that he plays, is unsure if that will be possible at Old Trafford under new manager Louis van Gaal, who is sure to prefer compatriot Robin van Persie as his first choice center-forward.
The Uruguayan striker also spoke about teammate Luis Suarez, saying he is already at a big club and does not need to move this summer. The former Napoli star has been linked with a move away all summer, after having to play second fiddle to PSG striker Zlatan Imbrahimovic.
Cavani, who is on World Cup duty with Uruguay, played a starring role in the defeat of England along with Suarez.
"Does this kind of game give us motivation to join a big team like Real Madrid? Luis Suarez and I already play for big teams," Cavani said, as quoted in the Express.
"I think we have defended the colours of our clubs with pride and prestige.
"In football you never know. Anything can happen. One day you're in one team and they next day you can be in another," the Uruguayan added.
Meanwhile, United striker van Persie who has been in scintillating form in the World Cup, is annoyed that he will miss the Netherlands' final group game against Chile after picking up a second yellow card in as many games.
The former Arsenal striker scored the leveler against Australia after the Dutch went behind twice and he felt that after his goal, there was going to be only one winner in the game.
"That was the goal that got us back into the game, it was important; I knew we had to get one and preferably as quickly as possible," van Persie told told FIFA.com.
"As soon as I scored, I had a good feeling again that we could win it. And especially from my point of view, I wanted it extra badly because I knew I wouldn't be in the team for next match. I'm annoyed about that," the Dutch striker added.