Edinson Cavani wants new agent to seal move

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Paris Saint Germain forward Edinson Cavani has asked his brother to find him another agent to help force through his move to Manchester United this summer.

According to the Daily Mail, Walter Cavani, Edinson's brother, has been instructed to find a replacement for Pierpaolo Triuzi, who represented Edinson Cavani during his move from Napoli to PSG last summer.

The Uruguayan international has been heavily linked with a move to Manchester United at the end of the season, and the report claims Cavani's camp have already approached the Old Trafford club over their interest.

Negotiations are currently ongoing over a potential £56m switch to United, with the Glazers ready to spend big this summer to put United back among the Champions League elite.

They sacked David Moyes earlier this week with the club seventh in the Premier League and already out of contention for the Champions League.

Up to £200m could be available for United's next boss to spend, and Cavani would be a prize capture for the club.

The 27-year-old forward is reportedly unsettled at the Parc des Princes as he plays second fiddle to Zlatan Ibrahimovic but he remains one of European football's best strikers.

Cavani said: "Nowadays, my family is with me in Paris and if something should happen, my brother will manage it and will sit on a table with any club officials."

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