Report: Cavani Rules Out Joining Beckham’s Inter Miami of Major League Soccer

Edinson Cavani has no plans to join Major League Soccer’s newest franchise, Inter Miami, according to CalcioMercato’s Francesco Guerrieri.

The Uruguayan striker is currently a free agent after seven seasons with Paris Saint-Germain. He can choose to sign with any team as a free transfer.

According to the report, Cavani declined the offer and has no desire to join MLS because of his hope to remain in Europe. Even if a team from the MLS offers a €12 million yearly salary contract, he still wishes to continue his career playing for a top contending team within Europe’s top five leagues.

The report concludes by mentioning two teams in particular: AS Roma and Atlético Madrid. Roma may not be interested in paying Cavani a yearly salary of €12 million. Atletico Madrid — who almost signed him back in January — has turned its attention to Napoli’s Arkadiusz Milik.

With Cavani declining to take his talents to South Beach, the wait continues on just which team will go all-in to acquire his services.

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