Chelsea target Edinson Cavani to stay at Napoli

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Napoli striker has shattered the hopes of top European sides Chelsea, Manchester City and Juventus by saying that he wants to stay with Napoli.
The striker believes Napoli can do better next season and is determined to stay on with them and help them to silverware next season. He has already played his part in securing the Coppa Italia cup for his side, their first trophy in 22 years.
However, he is determined now to further help the Serie A side in achieving more silverware in the upcoming seasons. For that, he is even willing to overlook the likes of Champions League winners and big spending
Manchester City.
Cavani signed for from Palermo on a five year deal in the summer of 2010 for a fee of 17 million Euros and went on to score twice in his first match for the Italian side. In the same year he signed a five year contract extension after 47 appearances
and 33 goals in all competitions.
In the 2011-2012 season, Cavani recreated his success with the same number of goals as the previous season in the same number of appearances. He admitted he had heard the rumours linking him with a move away, but revealed he was not interested.
The 25-year-old confirmed he was currently on holiday with his family, after which he expected to return to Napoli for the upcoming season. According to Cavani, he wished to return to the Serie A side and help them to more silverware in the future.
Cavani said in an interview:
“The Coppa Italia is simply the start for Napoli so that we can do even better next year. I read the stories about me and the transfer market, but I know how the media game goes. It's part of the sport and of my, but I don't listen to the rumours,
nor do they annoy me.
Besides, when I am on vacation I dedicate myself to my family and try to recharge my batteries so I can keep giving great moments of joy to the Napoli fans.”



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