Report: Paris-Saint Germain's Edinson Cavani doesn't want to return to Paris
Edinson Cavani has reportedly said he doesn't want to return to Paris.
The striker, currently on international duty with Uruguay, has, according to French sports' newspaper L'Equipe, has said he would rather not to return to the capital in light of yesterday's terror attacks which left over 100 people dead.
Uruguay's Alvaro Gonzalez:"The Paris attacks are awful for football & life. Cavani told us that he would prefer not to return there"
— David Amoyal (@DavidAmoyal) November 14, 2015
Cavani's teammate Alvaro Gonzalez revealed the news in a press conference earlier today, ahead of Tuesday's World Cup qualifier against Chile.
"This is horrible, for football and for the city," Gonzalez said. "They spoke of the fact that David Luiz would not return to Paris and Edinson said he would rather not have to go either."
The 28 year old signed for the French champions in 2013, and has scored 65 goals in 111 appearances.
Cavani's PSG teammate David Luiz has also been quoted saying he would rather not return to the French capital. The defender, currently on international duty with Brazil, reportedly said today if he had a choice, he'd remain in his native country.