Edinson Cavani will discuss his Paris Saint-Germain future with the club’s president in the summer amid a “difficult” period for him in France.
Cavani has made 43 appearances for PSG this season, but the majority have been as a left winger with Zlatan Ibrahimovic preferred as centre-forward.
It has led to speculation Cavani could leave Parc des Princes, but the 29-year-old says he would be happy to stay where he is, presumably hoping he will be moved back up front with Ibrahimovic set to leave.
“At the end of the season, we will discuss my situation with the president. I am ready to continue with PSG,” Cavani told Telefoot.
“I have gone through three difficult seasons at PSG, but the support of the fans is important. I am very happy with Ibrahimovic’s form and that he helps the team move forward.
“It is a very difficult moment for me, but I believe in myself. I am looking towards the future.”
Cavani has been linked with Chelsea and Manchester United in the Premier League, as well as Juventus.
Asked whether he could return to Italy, where Cavani previously enjoyed a successful spell with Napoli, the Uruguay forward added: “It is nice to know that there is interest from Serie A. I enjoyed some fantastic seasons there. Could I find back my best form at Juventus? We’ll see…
“A lot of things have happened this year. I am in a difficult situation because I do not understand it.”