Edinson Cavani has admitted to being unaware where his future lies just weeks before his current contract with Paris Saint Germain expires.

There has been no shortage of speculation regarding the Uruguayan national team striker’s future with some reports stating he will extend his stay with the French capital city outfit whilst he has also been linked with joining several clubs on free transfers with Inter among those clubs.

A recent report has even suggested that Inter manager Antonio Conte has told Inter management that he wants Cavani signed due to the fact his arrival would instantly up the level of his team.

“My career will maybe continue for many more years to come, here or elsewhere, I don’t know. I’ve spoken about it a lot with my representatives. I’ve always said that I would like to quit football rather than football quitting me,” he explained in an interview with Paris Saint Germain’s official club magazine.

“I’d really like to finish having given everything. To get to that point where I’d say, ‘Guys, this is the point where I have to go.’ I don’t want life to lead me to play when I wouldn’t be capable of giving my best.

“The day will come where it will be obvious that the time’s come to move on to something else.”

This season the former Napoli player has made 22 appearances across all competitions to date. In just shy of 1100 minutes, he has scored seven goals and has provided a total of three assists for his teammates.