Edinson Cavani has since a long time ago agreed on terms with Atletico Madrid, and Inter has just at any point been an alternative for him, according to ongoing reports.
The striker is a free agent with his deal with Paris Saint-Germain set to terminate on June 30, so they can finish the paperwork for another club already.
After long stretches of speculation, especially after Dries Mertens chose to expand his contract with Napoli, the previous teammate Ander Herrera told AS that Cavani “might want to play in Spain.”
As Cavani had marked a pre-contract deal with Atletico Madrid months ago, he was never really headed for San Siro anyway, says Inter transfer specialists tattle fcinternews.it.
Edinson Cavani’s rapprochement with ‘Atletico Madrid, where he is awaiting a three-year free transfer from, opens up another alternative in Inter Market: Alvaro Morata, a Spanish striker who has to pay 55 million Chelsea to colchoneros. Matador’s arrival at Simeone ‘s court-he composes makes the previous Juventus player transferable, at a reasonable cost.
The great maneuvers on the Paris-London-Madrid axis also affect the Nerazzurri club, which is plumbing the market to look for a commendable substitute for Lautaro Martinez, bound for the steel pact with Leo Messi in Barcelona. In spite of himself, Inter had to absorb the decisions made by Timo Werner (Chelsea), Dries Mertens (Lifetime Naples), and, specifically by Cavani: that’s the reason the hover of suitors has narrowed, even because in times of emergency the market wants to hold them, solid players.
After the Mertens turnaround, it is accounted for that Cavani was a choice though of, yet talks never really got underway.
Regardless of whether Atletico Madrid is ready to store the current contractor is attempting to renegotiate the terms in a post-COVID-19 world remains to be seen.
International Uruguay had chosen a two-year contract worth 10 million euros for each season.