Cavani, after a hectic winter that settled without movement, remains one of the most sought-after free agents with offers to continue in Europe and also to return to South American football, where Boca Juniors, Peñarol and several Brazilian clubs have already emerged as candidates. A significant savingParis Saint-Germain will have to move to cover the losses of the captain and its top historical scorer. Both veterans had high chips and the Parisian club will achieve savings that this Italian newspaper puts up to 34 million euros. Both will leave the club as legends and with a notable record with Leagues and Cups but a pending task: the Champions League. Cavani and Thiago Silva, two banners of this decade of success at Paris Saint-Germain, may not have their deserved farewell since they are not obliged to return to Paris in the remainder of their contract.Both the Uruguayan and the Brazilian end their commitment to PSG on June 30 and both are in their countries of origin.. Both have legal permission to negotiate with other clubs and have no PSG proposal to renew, so, according to Gazzetta dello Sport, they could stay home until they had to travel to the city of their new team.Thiago Silva is evaluating his return to South American football. The center-back looks favorably on returning to Fluminense, the club in which he played from 2006 to 2009, and where he believes he could continue to maintain a level that would allow him to enter Canarinha.