Penaltygate. Instagramgate. Kickedoutthewhatsappgroupgate.
Call it what you want, but Edinson Cavani and Neymar haven’t got off to the best start at PSG.
Not to worry though. Ronald Koeman is here to save the day and bring Cavani to Everton, according to Tutto Mercato Web.
We’ll forgive you for being a bit sceptical about this one.
Cavani scored 49 goals in 50 appearances for PSG last season and has started this campaign with nine in nine.
Those figures should be able to secure him a move to any club in world football, were he to leave PSG, so why Everton?
For a start Everton are in desperate need of goals, having scored just four in six Premier League games this season.
Koeman has even taken to relying on Oumar Niasse, a man who didn’t even have a locker at the training ground during his exile at the end of last season.
When Premier League clubs get desperate the money tends to flow, so Cavani would definitely earn a tidy packet.
They might not be Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, but Cavani would be able to call upon the creative services of Gylfi Sigurdsson, Wayne Rooney and Davy Lkaassen, were he to move to Merseyside.
But he’d probably still have to fight for his right to take penalties, given Sigurdsson and Rooney both fancy themselves from 12-yards out.
So what’s it going to be, Edinson?