Edinson Cavani still favorites of Top Football Clubs

Even though Edinson Cavani is a shadow of the player he once used to be when he performed with Napoli a few years ago, the Uruguayan forward still seems to be attracting the attention of a few top clubs including: Arsenal and Real Madrid.

Ever since Cavani arrived to PSG, he has turn into a regular player for the French side but mostly having to settle watching ZlatanIbrahimovic taking up the spotlight as Ibrahimovic is the most influential player in the entire team and the team is being built around the Swedish forward.

Hodgson dismisses rumors of pressure

Roy Hodgson refused to entertain claims that a significant pressure on him has been reduced after England managed a 2-0 win over Switzerland in the opening Euro 2016 qualifying match. This was seen as of the important and tough matches for the English, who were heavily criticised after a poor World Cup 2014. The team were knocked out of the group stages, thus bringing a huge disappointment to Hodgson’s second international tournament in charge of the national team. After the World Cup, there are a lot of calls for Hodgson to be sacked as the national team boss.

Cavani Constantly Thinking About Transfer

Despite moving to PSG only last summer, Edinson Cavani is a name that has constantly been on the transfer pages in the last few months. The Uruguayan forward has expressed his unhappiness at being played out of position due to the presence of Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Cavani is not the star name at PSG despite his £ 60 million transfer to the French club. Even when he has been used as the main striker during Ibrahimovic’s absence, he has failed to take his opportunities. This poor finishing was one of the reasons for PSG being knocked out by Chelsea in the Champions League last season.

Cavani Continues Bad Form

Uruguay managed to get into the last 16 of the World Cup 2014 in the most stunning fashion after a 1-0 win over Italy in the final group match. However, they cannot maintain their run going after they were knocked out by Colombia in the first knockout stages. Uruguay suffered a 2-0 defeat with both goals coming from Monaco forward James Rodriguez. Uruguay were totally toothless in attack and it has largely been attributed to the lack of striker Luis Suarez. The Liverpool striker was given a four-month suspension from all football activity after being found guilty of biting Chiellini.

Cavani Reveals Uruguay's Team Hit Badly By Injury To Suarez

PSG’s star striker Edinson Cavani has revealed that the Uruguay national team has been suffering in terms of moral over the last few weeks after they were hit by an injury blow to star striker Luis Suarez. Cavani was expected to partner along with Suarez at the World Cup 2014, but the Liverpool striker has now suffered a setback that has put his participation in the tournament as a major doubt. Despite Cavani being paired along with Suarez, it has been the Liverpool striker who has been expected to get most of the goals.