Cavani 'very happy' at PSG despite Arsenal, Man United links

Cavani 'very happy' at PSG despite Arsenal, Man United links

Published Jun. 18, 2015 9:46 a.m. ET

Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani has insisted he is "very happy" at the club after being linked with Manchester United and Arsenal.

Cavani has had a stellar campaign with PSG, netting 31 goals in all competitions as the Parisians won a domestic treble. However, there had been talk of the Uruguayan quitting the club, with Arsenal and Man Utd thought to be interested.

But Cavani, who is currently at the Copa America with Uruguay, insists he is happy at PSG, despite often playing out wide as part of a front three that includes Zlatan Ibrahimovic as the central striker.

Cavani told French newspaper Le10Sport: "Any comments, all these things that are said, we should remember the subject and when I mentioned it.


"I did not mention the city of Paris, club, organisation. What I said is that I used to play in the centre and it cost me to go to one side, which is normal.

"When you are used to performing a task, it is not obvious to switch to another.

"Everything related to my private life, family, I'm happy. I feel very happy in Paris. I hope I can make it. I will give everything for them.

"This year is completed. It motivates me more. I am very happy there and we hope everything will continue as well."