Edinson Cavani is going nowhere, says the player's agent, amid rumours that the PSG striker is Juventus-bound.
The French champions have recently parted ways with their talismanic striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, making the likelihood of their only remaining striker moving to a different club extremely unlikely, according to Claudio Anellucci.
"I don’t think there’s a chance," the agent said on Radio Crc. “PSG can’t get rid of both strikers."
Cavani played 52 matches for Laurent Blanc's team in all competitions this season, scoring 25 goals and providing seven assists.
Speaking of the Paris outfit's reported interest in Napoli's Gonzalo Higuain, Anelluci suggested heavilly that contact would be made with the Serie A runners-up and their star forward.
"It’s always difficult to talk about a player who is under contract, but if I take my agent’s hat off I’d say the players required are still the same, and Higuain is class with a capital C."
The 28-year-old Argentine was the Serie A top scorer this season, scoring an astonishing 36 league goals, 17 more than the runner-up Paulo Dybala, who ended the season on 19.
"If Higuain arrived at PSG, Cavani would be happy because it’s always great to play with champions."