The striker has said that he is happy at Napoli.
Sort after striker Edinson Cavani insists their has been nothing concrete from Real Madrid despite reports that suggest the Spanish club have been in talks with the Uruguay international, Goal.com reports.
The striker is one of the most highly sort after players in Europe this summer, with Manchester City, Chelsea and Real Madrid said to be interested.
Reports suggest that Real Madrid are ready to submit a £50 million bid for the Napoli star and Chelsea have had a £34 million plus Fernando Torres bid rejected.
While Cavani has said that Madrid would be a great place to play football, he insists that he hasn’t been talking to the Spanish giants.
“Real Madrid are one of the strongest clubs in the world, but there is nothing concrete,” said the striker.
Cavani also said that he is happy at his current club following a highly successful season where Napoli finished runners-up in Serie A.
Interest looks set to hot up for the Uruguayan’s signature, with Manchester City and Chelsea both desperate to add Cavani to their books.
However, Real Madrid still appear to be Cavani’s preferred destination, so the English clubs may have their work cut out in order to persuade Cavani to join them.