Paris Saint-Germain forward Edinson Cavani has become the interest of a number of European clubs following his clash with Neymar at the weekend.
If Neymar's pressure on PSG presdient Al-Khelaïfi pays off and the club decide to sell Cavani, the Uruguayan will have no shortage of offers from outside Ligue 1.
On Sunday, Cavani and Neymar disputed who should take free-kicks and penalties for the French side and speculation has followed ever since.
Atletico Madrid are the latest club to show an interest in the striker, according to British newspaper the Daily Star.
The English media reports that PSG wouldn't mind selling Cavani, who earns around 136,000 euros net per week at the Parc des Princes, as it would allow them to reduce their wage bill.
In this context, Cavani's name has also been linked with Everton, who are looking to break into England's top four, and with Borussia Dortmund, as a possible replacement for Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, should he leave next summer.
A return to Italy has not been ruled out, either, something which the player has never discared. Juventus, Inter and his former club Napoli could all emerge as possible options.