Inter Milan ‘offer three-year deal to Edinson Cavani’ as they sneak ahead of Atletico Madrid, Manchester United and Newcastle in race for PSG star
- Inter Milan are thought to be leading the race to sign PSG striker Edinson Cavani
- The forward is out of contract in June with several clubs chasing his signature
- Manchester United, Atletico Madrid and Newcastle have also been linked
- But a longer and secure deal could be more tempting for the 33-year-old
Inter Milan are leading the race to sign Edinson Cavani after offering the striker a three-year deal, according to reports.
The Paris Saint-Germain star, who is out of contract this summer, has been linked with a move to Manchester United, Atletico Madrid and Newcastle but could be on his way to Serie A.
According to French outlet L’Equipe, Antonio Conte’s side are prepared to offer him a secure future with a three-year deal.
Inter Milan are leading the race to sign Edinson Cavani after offering him a three-year-deal
The PSG striker is out of contract this summer and has been linked with several different clubs
It would be a bold move by the Italians with Cavani set to be 36 by the time the contract expired.
The report claims Inter are the favourites to secure his signature because of his previous experience in Serie A with Palermo and Napoli.
Newcastle would perhaps be able to offer him more playing time but the Italians are likely to have Champions League football next season.
A longer deal may be more tempting to the forward who would be 36 by the time it expired
Manchester United and Atletico are also in the running but the proposition of a longer deal may be more tempting.
Cavani was heavily linked with a move to Chelsea in January but a move failed to materialise and he ended up staying in Paris.
However, reports last month suggested the forward was open to extending his contract with PSG with the club looking at saving money in the transfer market.
The Uruguayan has managed seven goals and three assists in all competitions this season after featuring more heavily since the turn of the year.
France’s Ligue 1 season was cancelled at the end of April due to the pandemic with PSG being awarded the title.
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