Paris Saint-Germain are ready to sell striker Edinson Cavani in the summer transfer window, according to the Express.
The Uruguayan international has endured a tricky time at the French moneybags in recent time, and it has now been suggested that the club are ready to move him on later this year.
Cavani, who is recognised as one of the leading strikers in world football, was recently fined by the Ligue 1 outfit after he failed to show up at the club's training camp in Morocco.
As well as being fined, the forward was ultimately banned by the club, which put his future in serious doubt.
And now, it appears that the club will look to offload him at the end of this campaign, with a number of clubs interested in his services.
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In fact, it appears that as many three Premier League clubs could be offered the opportunity to land him this summer, with Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool all seemingly monitoring his current situation.
There's no doubt about it, despite his troubles in Paris, he remains hot property and would no doubt improve the majority of England's elite clubs.
It remains to be seen, however, as to whether any of the clubs will step up their interest in him anytime soon as they go in search of improvement in the attacking department.
Who should sign him?
Manchester United, of course, currently have Radamel Falcao at their disposal, so United chiefs may well look to swoop for Cavani if the Colombian fails to prove his credentials at the club over the coming months.
Arsenal, on the other hand, are in need of attacking improvement, despite landing the likes of Alexis Sanchez and Danny Welbeck this past summer. Cavani would no doubt give Arsene Wenger another option in attack as he looks to mix things up at the Emirates.
Liverpool, much like Arsenal, could do with a world-class striker after selling Luis Suarez this past summer. Unfortunately for Brendan Rodgers and Co., the duo of Mario Balotelli and Rickie Lambert have failed to prove themselves at Anfield.
Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool fans: Do you want your clubs to land Cavani? Have your say in the comments section below!