Uruguayan striker Edison Cavani has given an update on his Paris Saint Germain future at a time he is being linked with a move out of the club.
Cavani’s contract with the French giants will be over in the coming summer with the player having constantly been linked with a move to Manchester United and Atletico Madrid.
In an interview with PSG’s official magazine, Cavani said he was not certain where he will be in the coming season but was confident that he still has a long career.
“‘My career will last for maybe several years still, here or elsewhere, I don’t know. I’ve spoken about it a lot with my entourage. I’ve always said that I would like to quit football rather than football quitting me.
“I’d really like to finish having given everything. To get to that point where I’d say, ‘Guys, this is the point where I have to go’. I don’t want life to lead me to play when I wouldn’t be capable of giving my best. The day will come where it will be obvious that the time’s come to move on to something else,” he said.
The 33-year-old who is PSG’s record goal-scorer has been linked with a move to Newcastle United too in recent weeks with Brazilian side Flamengo also said to have tempted him to return to South America.