Inter are following the situation of Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani but haven’t submitted an offer yet for the player, according to a report from Italian media outlet FcInterNews earlier today.

The report details how the 33-year-old Uruguayan’s contract expires with PSG at the end of this season, seven years after his arrival in the French capital.

The former Napoli striker could still remain with the club, but should they permanently sign Inter owned striker Mauro Icardi, a renewal looks incredibly unlikely.

The player is wanted all across the world, the report continues, with clubs interested from the MLS and Premier League, as well as Turkish side Galatasaray. Cavani is still a fan of the idea of moving to Spain to join Diego Simeone’s Atletico Madrid, but no formal agreement has been reached yet, leaving his future unclear.

The Nerazzurri are following the situation closely, the report highlights, although no official offer has been made yet. There has been contact between Cavani and the Nerazzurri, with talks about a possible transfer for the player happening at the beginning of May.

The Milanese club could tempt Cavani by offering him a two-year contract with a move to Chinese side Jiangsu to finish out his career.