Edinson Cavani has decided not to extend his contract at Manchester United beyond this season and wants to move to Boca Juniors.
The Uruguay striker has impressed during his short spell at Old Trafford and it was thought he would stay for at least one more season.
However, reports in Argentina claim he will reject a fresh offer and return to South America.
According to Ole, Cavani has decided he is finished in European football and has chosen to move to Boca.
The striker, who has scored six goals in nine Premier League starts, would take a pay cut to join the Argentine giants and plans to sign a three-year contract.
Cavani has long been an admirer of the Buenos Aires side and has spoken with Boca president Juan Roman Riquelme in the past.