PSG president Nasser Al Khelaifi says that Uruguayan International Edinson Cavani represents “the future” of the club and insists that he will not leave the club this summer.

Edinson Cavani has expressed his concern over playing out-of-position in PSG’s 4-3-3 formation as the player is often forced to play in wode position or as a secondary striker to Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The player prefers to play as a central attacking striker but the player has not played much in his preferred position since his move to PSG back in 2013.

 

The 28-year old have drawn interest from the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea, Juventus, Real Madrid and Barcelona as the player looked highly unsettled at PSG this season. 

The Uruguayan international has been in sensational form in the absence of Zlatan Ibrahimovic as he scored 10 goals in his last 7 league games which took his goals tally to 18 league goals this season.

When asked whether the striker would be at PSG next season, Al Khelaifi said, “Of course. Cavani is the future of the club. He’s a great player, a great striker, a great man. There’s no problem.”