Edinson Cavani is first unhappy then he’s completely at home at PSG. We still don’t have a definitive answer on the Uruguayan’s future with the Parisians. But of late and in the absence of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Cavani has been able to play in his preferred centre-forward position, finding the net on the weekend after a change of hairstyle.
Cavani knows what it means to lead a club to silverware, having spearheaded Napoli’s victory in the Coppa Italia final against Juventus. He was also impressive in the team’s Champions League outing, scoring against Chelsea at the San Paolo in 2012.
If available, Cavani would be a considerable upgrade on what Chelsea currently have. He’s quick, hard working and has a reputation as a prolific goal scorer around Europe.