English trio Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City are keeping tabs on PSG hot-shot striker Edinson Cavani.

According to the Daily Express, Cavani isn't completely happy at Paris after his big-money move from Napoli last summer and isn't happy playing second-fiddle to Zlatan Ibrahimovic at the Parc de Princes.

Both Manchester City and Chelsea tried to sign the Uruguayan when he was at Napoli, but Cavani put pen-to-paper to a five-year deal at PSG, who paid the whopping £55m for the striker's services.

Since the beginning of the season, Cavani has been in excellent form, scoring nine times and in a total of eight league starts.

The stats clearly show Cavani is the main-man although many suggest he is playing second-fiddle.

Yet if Cavani really proves to be unhappy, there won't be a lack of suitors for him.

Both Chelsea and Manchester City are said to be interested in signing Cavani, although both spent a lot in the summer to bring other attackers, especially City.

Arsenal would also welcome an opportunity to bring Cavani to the Premier League and reinforce their striking department.

Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Real Madrid and Barcelona are also thought to be monitoring Cavani and could try to sign him if he actually becomes available.

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