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Cavani will not come cheap

Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has warned clubs they will have to pay a top price if they want to attempt to sign Edinson Cavani.

Last Updated: 05/04/13 at 21:43 Post Comment

Edinson Cavani: The striker's buyout clause stands at £53million

Edinson Cavani: The striker's buyout clause stands at £53million

The striker has a reported buyout clause of €63million (£53m) after only agreeing to a contract extension last August.

And so the likes of Manchester City and Chelsea, who have both been linked with Cavani, can forget about any cut-price deal to capture the Uruguayan this summer.

Responding on Twitter when asked by a fan about Cavani's situation, De Laurentiis said: "I put a really high cost on it, because I do not want to see it (Cavani leave).

"And I put it (the cost) with the agreement of players."

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