Paris Saint Germain striker Edinson Cavani has admitted that he could leave the club in the near future, according to the Daily Express.
The Uruguayan was heavily linked with a move to the Premier League all summer with the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea all reported to be interested in his signature.
Cavani, 28, has scored six Ligue 1 goals in ten appearances this term as PSG lead the division, but he has discussed a potential return to Italy.
“Would I go back to Italy?” Cavani told Corriere del Mezzogiorno.
“Sure. For us players the future is unpredictable, I’d go back to where I had three fantastics seasons which allowed me to come to Paris.
“Napoli? Why not? Here in Paris, I always watch Napoli on TV, when it fits in with training commitments and our own games.
“I must confess, this year I’m passionate, I feel very happy to see the team playing well, having fun and getting results.
“I still have a lot of friends in Naples, it’s a city which remains in my heart. Really, I’m very happy.
“I think Napoli can easily fight for the top of the table, they have great players in the team and an organisation which I really like.
“I seriously hope it can be their year, they’re playing better than all their competitors.”