Reports suggest that Real Madrid are front-runners for the strikers signature.
Edinson Cavani has said that while he is happy at current Napoli, it would be very hard to turn down an offer from one of Europe’s top clubs, Goal.com reports.
Chelsea, Real Madrid and Manchester City are all interested in acquiring the prolific striker who has said he will decide his future after the Confederations Cup.
His current club Napoli have said that it won’t accept offers of less than £53 million, which is the amount clubs would have to pay to activate the strikers buy-out clause.
The striker said that he doesn’t know what his future holds yet but did say an offer from a top club like Chelsea or Real Madrid would be very tempting.
“In this moment I don’t know [anything] about my future,” he told Ovacion. “It will be difficult to say no if there will be offers of Chelsea or Real Madrid”.
According to reports, both the English clubs have had bids rejected by Napoli, with Manchester City offering cash plus Edin Dzeko to the Italian club while Chelsea have offered cash plus Fernando Torres.
It is Real Madrid who may hold the trump card though, as reports suggest that the Spanish giants are Cavani’s preferred destination, with the players father recently stating how much his son wants to play at the Bernabeu.