The report states that Mewanee rejects short-term contract extensions

PARIS  French radio RMC reported Sunday that Edinson Cavani and Thomas Munier have refused to sign short-term contract extensions that would allow them to play the Cup Final and the Champions League final tournament with Paris Saint-Germain.

The Uruguay striker and Belgian defender's contract expires on June 30, until they agree to sign a two-month extension, known as the French Cup and League Cup finalists and champions in Lisbon. Of the League.

Paris Saint-Germain was not immediately available for comment. Reuters could not contact Kawani and Munyar for their comments.

Last weekend, PSG Sports Director Leonardo said that Kavita could not be signed for next season, but Brazil hopes to keep the club's all-time top scorer to play in the Champions League after qualifying for the PSG quarterfinals.

The Ligue 1 season ended on April 30 amid the COGID-19 crisis, when the French champions were crowned PSG.

The spread of the Coronavirus novel also halted European competition, changed the UEFA Champions League format, and delayed its cancellation until August, when most deals ended at the end of June.

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