Edinson Cavani has drawn a line under his fallout with Paris Saint-Germain teammate Neymar after their penalty row.
The pair clashed over spot-kick duties in the 2-0 win over Lyon last month, with tensions reportedly high between the pair in the dressing room afterwards.
It was claimed that the Parisians were willing to offer the Uruguayan £880k to give up penalty-taking duties to the world record arrival.
But Cavani insists the pair have called it quits and insists the row was blown out of proportion.
He said: “It’s football stuff. Sometimes things get so big. The truth is that everyone is aware that things have become bigger than they are.
“These are things you discuss in the locker room. Everything has a solution. It’s all relaxed now.
“It is important that everyone strives for the same goal.”
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