Transfer News: PSG star wants to join Manchester City

The former Napoli man hasn't been in best of spirits at PSG this season

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Paris Saint Germain star striker Edinson Cavani is interested to move from his new club and join Manchester City, according to reports.

Reports in Spain’s Don Balon suggests that the Uruguayan forward seems his chances limited since the arrival of Kylian Mbappe and Neymar, so he wants to leave PSG and try his trade in the Premier League, while his most preferable destination is Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City.

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Since Neymar’s arrival, there has been some feud between the duo as Cavani was involved in a bust up with him, after that the duo also clashed on the pitch regarding set piece duties as Cavani didn’t allow Neymar to take the penalties. These things have led to uncertainties over the former Napoli man’s future and even Neymar wants his new teammate to be sold in January. The Brazilian has taken Ligue 1 by storm and has been the new talisman for the PSG fans.

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Neymar joined PSG in a world record fee this summer

Reports from Don Balon was also suggest that despite being among goals, Edinson is extremely unhappy with life at PSG and has instructed his agent to arrange a move away.

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There has been on field spat between Cavani and Neymar

While Manchester United, Everton are interested in him, Cavani’s main eye is to make a move to Manchester City. Although with the likes of Sergio Aguero, Gabriel Jesus already in City’s kitty, the 30 year old may find himself on the fringes. Also City boss Guardiola has Alexis Sanchez on his top priority list, which may hinder the Uruguayans arrival at the Etihad.

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Sergio Aguero is City’s top striker at the moment

Cavani joined PSG in 2013 and so far has scored 141 goals for them in all competitions. Despite being second fiddle to Neymar in some matches, the Uruguayan goal machine has netted 11 goals already in this season.

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