“But what Inter? Cavani should go to Atlético de Madrid?

The future of Edinson
Cavani, front of PSGIt will be one of the summer issues. The attacker ends his contract and a striker of his level, even though he is already 33 years old, is a real candy for the market.

In this context, according to what has been published in recent weeks, two teams are bidding for the international. The Inter de Milan, who seemed to have taken the lead, and the
Atlético de Madrid
, which right now appears as the option with more weight. Since ItalyA few days ago, it was published that the attacker had said 'no' to the Lombard box to shore up the mattress option.

A footballer like Rivaled, who knows the A series because he was a member of the ranks of the AC Milan, believes that the striker would be wrong if he signed for him Inter. “There are rumors of negotiations between the Inter and Cavani, but Athletic, considering everything, it would be the best optimal “, explained the former player in an act of Betfair.

As he said “it would allow him to play in a team that fights for League and always present in the Champions League” “It's not that Inter is out of the game for the championship of the A series, it would be said. Although in recent years mattresses have always managed to get into the Champions League, losing two finals in three years against him Real
MadridHe recalled.

Also, for him, being under the command of Simeone, would be a plus for the Uruguayan striker. “TO Simeone he would love to have an attacker like him on the team. Going there would be a great way to end your career. For me, it would be better than returning to Italy, “concluded the Brazilian.

The main question, for any team that wants to treat the Bullfighter that he will be free, refers to the scope of his commitment. At 33 years old, Cavani Looking for one last big challenge in elite soccer. But the striker of the 200 goals in the PSG does not seem willing to accept less than 12 million per season, a proposal that is far from even the possible proposal of the Inter. The Italian team, as reported by the Gazzetta dello Sport, would not like to offer more than the 7.5 million plus bonuses, which is what they charge Eriksen and Lukaku.