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Cavani is going back to Serie A?

The Uruguayan does not want to leave Europe

Cavani is going back to Serie A?
Cavani is going back to Serie A?

After finishing his time at Manchester United, Edinson Cavani is still debating what his future will be. One thing is clear for the 'Matador': he wants to play at the highest level thinking about what will be the 2022 World Cup in Qatar that he will play with the Uruguayan national team.

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 For now, he has a more than attractive offer from a team from Serie A in Italy, in what could be his return to said competition. However, he has not yet accepted the offer.

Cavani is still waiting for what the market can offer him these days. There is talk that it can continue in Europe, that it could end up in the MLS of the United States, in the Liga MX of Mexico or also in South America where Brazilian teams want it as well as Boca Juniors. However, it has not been decided yet. For the moment, his most interesting offer comes from a humble but ambitious Italian team.

The Salernitana of Italy is the team from that country that has been most aware of Cavani at this time. According to Corriere dello Sport, he has already made him an offer of one season for a salary of two million euros, but with an attractive bonus of 200 thousand euros for each goal he scores. If the 35-year-old gunner gets back to his best, he can make a lot of money on this team.

What is this team doing?

Salernitana has an ambitious project where it hopes to make a significant leap in quality. His sports director is an old acquaintance of the Uruguayan, Morgan de Sanctis, Edinson's former partner in Napoli and where they shared up to 126 games together. In turn, in the squad of this team there are names with a lot of experience such as Franck Ribery, Diego Perotti and Federico Fazio, among others. But, the 'Matador' is the great obsession and desire of the board for next season. If there are no other offers, Cavani could reconsider and return to the Italian league.

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Wilian Estrella

Journalist with more than 10 years of experience. Puma UNAM at heart. Fan of the most beautiful sport on the planet. I currently cover Liga MX, MLS, Premier League, Mexican National Team and USMNT. Always attentive to the latest world soccer news.+ info

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