‘You’ll never win the Champions League with PSG’: Edinson Cavani gets brutally honest opinion from his father who feels Ligue 1 giants will never conquer Europe
- Since signing for PSG Edinson Cavani has won every domestic honour in France
- But the Uruguay international is yet to win the Champions League in his career
- His father feels he will never lift the trophy while playing for the French club
- Luis Cavani frankly states that a team cannot simply keep spending to win
Edinson Cavani has received a brutal admission from his father, who believes the striker will end his football career without winning the Champions League if he remains with PSG.
The Ligue 1 giants have made European football’s top prize their priority for several seasons, yet repeatedly fallen short on the main stage.
Despite spending more and more each summer, PSG remain without the trophy they most crave and Cavani’s father Luis believes it will never come.
Edinson Cavani has received a brutally honest opinion from his father regarding sucess
Luis Cavani feels his son will never lift the Champions League while playing for PSG
Cavini senior gave his frank opinions during an interview with broadcasters Movistar
‘He is always telling me that I am a negative person. I told him that he would win every single trophy in France but he’d never win the Champions League,’ he told broadcasters Movistar during a recent interview for a documentary: Uruguayos: los otros’ (‘Uruguayans: The Others’).
‘In football, you don’t win just by spending a lot of money’.
Luis Cavani offered a further anecdote: ‘If you go to his house, he’s got a table where he has barbecues and he wrote, Paris-Saint Germain, European champions 2019…
Cavani has won every single domestic honour in France but never lifted the European cup
‘I nearly laughed my head off. I added underneath, ‘Ha ha ha ha…’ I don’t think he even noticed, but one day he’s going to have to rub it off.’ he added.
Since joining the Parisians six years ago, Cavani has won the clean sweep of honours in France.
The 32-year-old has won five Ligue 1 titles, four Coupes de France, seven Trophee des champions and five and five Coupes de la Ligue.
PSG return to Champions League action on Tuesday night, when they face Spanish giants Real Madrid.
Thomas Tuchel’s men will win the group outright if they put the La Liga side to the sword once more, and look to welcome Neymar back onto the European stage following a long injury absence.