Cavani is planted, stays out of the PSG call and approaches Atlético

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Without being injured, Edinson Cavani has been left out of the last PSG call so his transfer to Atlético de Madrid could be imminent.

Hours after Miguel Ángel Gil Marín has met Al-Khelaifi, the news has jumped. Edinson Cavani has been left out of the PSG call for the clash his team will play against Monaco on Wednesday. Although both Thomas Tuchel and Leonardo, coach and sports director of Paris Saint-Germain, have been opposed to the exit of the Uruguayan, they could have given their arm to twist before Cavani’s intention to set course for Atlético de Madrid in the winter market Otherwise, not being injured, the forward would have entered the call.

According to Marca, Thomas Tuchel’s decision would be motivated because Edinson Cavani has been planted and is willing to force his exit to the rojiblanco team. Given this situation, given that the attacker ends the contract with the PSG at the end of the season, the Paris team will seek to make cash at the expense of Atlético de Madrid, which is obliged to sign for Diego Costa’s injury.

Cavani could be transferred to Atlético de Madrid despite Thomas Tüchel’s refusal

“Leonardo has a lot of experience. He knows how to win titles. And we want to win all possible titles. For that, we need a great team and make difficult decisions. It is absolutely necessary in a club like Paris Saint-Germain. We have the same opinion. He and I do not like to make many changes during the winter transfer window because this is not the Monopoly. They are human beings, it is a dressing room with players who are together, it is a team that works very well together with players who have created a spirit among them. And for this reason, each player who leaves or arrives brings his share of uncertainty. And we really don’t like it, ”said the PSG coach when questioned about Cavani’s future.



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