Paris Saint-Germain icon Jerome Rothen has claimed Liverpool target Edinson Cavani will not stay at the club long-term.
The Uruguayan moved to the Parc des Princes for £55million from Napoli in 2013.
However he is said to be frustrated as he continues to play second fiddle to Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
As quoted on the Daily Mirror website, Rotten said: “Cavani can still succeed in Paris, but his performances will be more or less the same. Everything depends on the tactical choices of Laurent Blanc. However, I can’t see him staying long-term in Paris.
“If he reiterates his desire to leave, the club will not keep him. Especially if he has the same performances as last year – the directors won’t necessarily be satisfied.
“If Cavani considers himself a star in the team, it could be a concern because, in Paris, it’s Zlatan and then the rest. They must deal with Zlatan, who is a player beyond the norm.”