Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani has reaffirmed his loyalty to the French giants amid talk of a possible departure at the end of the season.
The Uruguay international has consistently been linked with a Parc des Princes exit not long after his arrival from Napoli in 2013.
Cavani has played second fiddle to Swedish star Zlatan Ibrahimovic for much of his career in the French capital and came in for criticism over his poor performances in big matches when he has featured for Laurent Blanc’s side.
The 29-year-old has reportedly attracted interest from Premier League neighbours Manchester United and Manchester City, but insisted he will continue to give his all for PSG, who are in the hunt for all five trophies on offer this term.
“I respect my club, like all those I played until the last day,” Cavani told Mexican television channel TDN. “I wear the shirt of this club, I will defend it as if I had been supporting the club all my life.
“The only thing I can say is, that beyond the ups and downs that I had since I was there, of all the debates that had on me, I have always tried to respect the team, the club and the jersey at the time of entering the field.
“I will try to continue like this, to give the best football depends on many things, so you never know. I hope things continue like this as long as possible.”