Man Utd and Arsenal ‘submit Edinson Cavani transfer offers’ as Chelsea declare interest

Manchester United and Arsenal are both keen to bring Edinson Cavani to the Premier League, with his time at PSG seemingly coming to an end.

The Uruguayan hitman has been challenged by Inter Milan loanee Mauro Icardi this term.

And Cavani has only managed to start four games due to a serious injury.

The striker’s contract expires at the end of the season, with a host of clubs interested.

Spanish outlet El Chiringuito report that Diego Simeone’s Atletico Madrid are favourites to land Cavani on a free transfer.

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But both Manchester United and Arsenal are also mentioned, with both clubs making offers for the PSG star to consider.

Cavani has long been linked with a move to England, with Chelsea touted as a potential destination in recent seasons.

Reports in France suggest Frank Lampard’s men are also keen on a summer deal.

Atletico are the clear favourites to land the 32-year-old after expressing their interest in late 2019.

Cavani is nearing full fitness again as he looks to end his time in Paris on a high.

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“It has been difficult for Edinson after picking up an injury,” said PSG boss Thomas Tuchel after the former Napoli man was ruled out.

“That meant he lost his rhythm, whilst other players were in good form in his position.

“But whilst he is here he must continue to prepare in the best way possible.

“I trust that he will stay with us, and I do not imagine anything else happening.”

Former PSG striker Pauleta doesn’t want Cavani to leave the club.

Atletico Madrid stole a march in the race to sign Cavani

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“Edinson is a great player, who is part of PSG’s history,” the former Portugal international said.

“Football is like that, though. I hope everything ends well and that PSG mark the occasion.

“The club…