Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani is going to discuss his future at the end of the season as rumours of a move to Chelsea refuse to go away. The Uruguayan striker is said to be frustrated with his role at PSG, playing as the support striker for Swedish talisman Zlatan Ibrahimovic. That has often seen Cavani ousted out to the wide positions rather than playing through the middle. According to reports Cavani along with teammate Ezequiel Lavezzi are being lined up for an 80 million double swoop from Chelsea. However, in comments relayed by Le 10 Sport, Cavani said he is keen to distance himself from a move to Chelsea and insists that there is a future at PSG but things need to change. Cavani only moved to the Parc des Princes last summer in a 56 million deal. While he has been marginalised by Ibrahimovic, the 27-year-old Uruguayan has scored 23 goals in 41 appearances for PSG who look like they are about to win a second consecutive Ligue One title.