The Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani is one of the most courted football players in this summer, but the rumors that say he will be transferred to Real Madrid have discouraged other financial forces of the continent.
Napoli’s president Aurelio De Laurentiis, has announced that from the race for his services retired South Manchester City, claiming they could not afford to pay the sum of 63 million euros which the buyout clause set by the Italian club.
The last offer that was made ??by England’s vice-champion was 40 million euros, plus the Bosnian striker Edin Dzeko, a total of 55 million euros, but the Naples said they are not interested in any exchanges.
The offer made by Real Madrid remains the only clear for Cavani, as announced Laurentiis, who hinted that of the transaction missing only the footballer’s acceptance.
“Manchester City has no money to pay for Cavani. The heads from Abu Dhabi say they will never pay 63 million euros. They could give something else but our club is not interested. Currently, Real Madrid is the only club that has made a binding offer for Cavani. It is something human to answer the phone when you are called by Real. He knows he has a clause and must decide, ” said Aurelio De Laurentiis, during a press conference, according to international media.
“It’s hard to pay 63 million euros because financial fair play condition throughout the world,” the Napoli president is aware of that, who said that from Chelsea’s did not come any formal offer.
54 million euros paid Manchester City for this summer’s transfers so far: Fernandinho (40 million euros) and Jesus Navas (14 million euros).