In demand striker speaks out about recent Premier League links.
Paris Saint Germain striker Edinson Cavani has ruled out a move to the Premier League in the new year by insisting he is happy in the French capital and hopes to remain there for the foreseeable future, according to the Daily Star.
It has been previously suggested that the Uruguay international has grown increasingly unhappy at having to play in the shadow of fellow forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic and was eyeing a move away from the French champions.
All of the top English clubs have been linked with a move for him in January, and are thought to keeping tabs on his situation ahead of the January transfer window.
PSG have frequently reiterated their desire to keep hold of the 27-year-old and he has now echoed those sentiments.
“Even when I have doubts in my head, I always arrived at the conclusion that I am happy at PSG,” he said.
“The supporters and all the people at the club make me feel at home. In football, money is not the only motivation.
“Of course every player tries to find a more comfortable economic situation but there is also the place, the club which you play, which is important.
“I don’t think I spoke about that [leaving PSG], and nor did the president [Nasser] al-Khelaifi.
“All of that was the rumours which exist in football, like when I joined Napoli or PSG. Each time, a lot of things are said.”
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