Cavani: Nothing official yet

Napoli striker Edinson Cavani says that he would like to play for one of 'the biggest clubs in the world'.

Last Updated: 20/06/13 at 09:19 Post Comment

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Edinson Cavani says that he would like to play for one of 'the biggest clubs in the world' but insists there is nothing official to announce at the moment.

The Napoli striker is currently away with Uruguay at the Confederations Cup in Brazil.

Cavani has been linked in recent weeks with Real Madrid, Chelsea, Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain and Monaco.

But speaking at a media event at the Confederations Cup, he stressed that there is nothing to announce just yet.

Cavani told Globo Esporte: "Everyone wants to play for the biggest clubs in the world, clubs with a lot of tradition.

"But nobody knows my future, I don't know anything. I only know that I am a Napoli player. The truth is that there is nothing concrete, nothing official."

Uruguay take on Nigeria in the tournament on Thursday.


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