Euro Papers: Everton target PSG's Edinson Cavani

Everton to hold talks with PSG as they plot seal sensational deal for Edinson Cavani- reports

Bayern has been quite unimpressive in the German league so far, while PSG has been bothered by a dressing room clash between Edinson Cavani and Neymar after the pair argued over who should take a penalty during a French league match.

Should the visitors commit a foul inside the area, all eyes will be on PSG's expensively assembled strikeforce - old and new - to try to glean the outcome of Emery's decision.

Since then, it has been widely reported that Unai Emery's side are willing to listen to offers for the Napoli forward, and it has been rumoured that the 2015-16 Ligue 1 champions have already met with Everton officials to discuss a potential deal.

Neymar and Cavani stand over a PSG free-kick. "I want to do things as Joshua Kimmich".

"PSG formally denies reports which say Cavani would abandon penalties in exchange for the automatic payment of a bonus", the club said in a statement.

Bayern Munich are a good team but they have dropped off a little bit in recent years due to numerous superstars moving away or retiring.

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"It's a big team, with a great history", he said.

On the other hand, PSG are looking really good at the moment with the likes of Di Maria and Neymar playing for the French club. We have more serious sporting enemies.

The on-loan forward from Monaco might be trying to portray team unity through the image, but the effect has been completely opposite, with the man of the moment nowhere to be seen.

Madrid-based outlet El Pais cites sources at UEFA HQ in Nyon, Switzerland to claim that "pressure" from Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Juventus has seen European football's governing body begin a special monitoring programme on PSG.

Julian Draxler has started to feature more in recent weeks than at the start of the season after working his way back to match fitness and despite reports that his days in Paris are numbered, Emery feels the Germany global remains an important squad member.

Bayern have suffered from a slight blip in form in recent weeks, with their usual domination giving way to one draw and one defeat in their last four league games, the loss coming away to Julian Nagelsmann's Hoffenheim at the start of September.