Edinson Cavani called Juventus by noting he “might not stay at PSG” next season and is unhappy with his position.

The Uruguay international is one of the main transfer targets for Juve over the summer, buoyed by around €70m for reaching the Champions League semi-finals.

Cavani continues to send out hints that he is unsettled in Paris and would be open to a move.

“I would score many more goals if I played as a centre-forward,” he told the French edition of GQ magazine.

Edinson Cavani called Juventus by noting he “might not stay at PSG” next season and is unhappy with his position.

The Uruguay international is one of the main transfer targets for Juve over the summer, buoyed by around €70m for reaching the Champions League semi-finals.

Cavani continues to send out hints that he is unsettled in Paris and would be open to a move.

“I would score many more goals if I played as a centre-forward,” he told the French edition of GQ magazine.

“When I arrived in Paris, I had to move to the flank, but people don’t understand how much that change influenced my performances.

“I want to play as a centre-forward and in that position my performances would certainly improve. It is the role that I prefer, by a long shot.

“Will I stay at PSG? I might, I might not. I don’t know what could happen.”

Cavani’s price-tag is thought to be in the region of €50m, but the ex-Napoli and Palermo striker is also a target for Atletico Madrid and Manchester United.

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