Frank Lampard has left the room open for a move to Stamford Bridge for PSG striker Edinson Cavani.
Cavani has been strongly linked with a move to Stamford Bridge this January transfer window, and Lampard refused to quell the rumours by hinting that Chelsea are interested in the striker.
Meanwhile, PSG boss Thomas Tuchel in his press conference today admitted that the French champions want to keep the Uruguayan striker, but also hinted that the 32-year-old could as well leave the club.
“I have the same opinion. As I always said, I love this group,” the German said ahead of PSG’s clash with Reims.
“We don’t want to lose a player but it can happen, it’s reality. We have to wait, maybe nothing will happen. I’m calm.
“Leonardo said everything and that’s good. Edi is my player and I’m happy it is like that.”
Chelsea aren’t the only Premier League club linked with Cavani as Manchester United are also interested in the striker since the injury suffered by Marcus Rashford.