Found August 03, 2013 on
Originally posted on Top-soccer.comAfter narrowly missing out on the Italian title to Juventus last season, Napoli has been quite busy in the transfer market strengthening to mount a stronger challenge for the upcoming season.
The Naples base outfit makes the first positive move to build on their previous campaign by bringing in Rafael Benitez to replace the departed Walter Mazzarri to rivals Inter Milan. The experience 53-year-old knowing the challenge ahead of him waste no time to start assembling his own squad.
Having sold Star Stricker Edinson Cavani “El Matador” to Paris Saint-Germain for a healthy some of money, €64 million to be exact, the club has plenty of cash at their disposal to splash. So with the team getting ready to unleash it’s fire power on their fellow league teams, we want to take a look at some of the top players they’ve brought in so far.
The French born Argentine international is one of the deadliest strikers around and at just 25-years-old he ...
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The French football season kicks off today with the 2013 French Super Cup between Paris Saint-Germain and Bordeaux. For viewers in the United States, the match kicks off at 2:40pm ET on beIN SPORT.
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