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Edinson Cavani set to sign for Paris Saint-Germain - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani is expected to sign for Ligue One champions Paris Saint-Germain pending a medical.
The 26-year old has been linked with every top side in Europe this season – Manchester City and Chelsea were among the favourites to procure his signature.
For Napoli this season, Cavani scored 29 goals in 34 Serie A games. He’s become one of the best strikers in Europe in the last two seasons. In his three years with the Italian side, the striker has netted 104 in 138 games.
Cavani’s transfer away from Napoli has taken so long this summer because the side weren’t willing to part with him for anything less than his £52M release clause.
Paris Saint-Germain certainly have the resources to sign any player they desire now, and with title rivals AS Monaco spending big this summer, the French Ligue One is expected to be a two-horse race to the title next season.
However, Cavani joining ...
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Paris St Germain have finally completed the signing of Napoli striker Edinson Cavani for an undisclosed fee on a five-year contract.
Cavani had been linked with a host of European clubs this summer, with Manchester City and Real Madrid also rumored to be interested in the Uruguy forward.
However, the French champions had stepped up their pursuit in the last week and announced the...
Paris Saint-Germain has broken the transfer record in the French league by signing Uruguay striker Edinson Cavani.
The French champions announced the five-year deal Tuesday for a reported fee of 64 million euros ($84 million). The previous record belonged to Monaco, which recently paid Atletico Madrid an estimated 60 million euros ($79 million) for Colombia striker Radamel Falcao...
PARIS — Paris Saint-Germain broke the transfer record in the French league on Tuesday by signing Uruguay striker Edinson Cavani to a five-year contract for a reported fee of 64 million euros ($84 million).
The previous record belonged to Monaco, which recently paid Atletico Madrid an estimated 60 million euros ($79 million) for Colombia striker Radamel Falcao.
It is the fifth most...
Jose Mourinho insists Chelsea have no need to sell any of their key men this summer, including Branislav Ivanovic.
Reports have suggested that the Blues might look to trim their squad during the current transfer window, with Ivanovic, Juan Mata and David Luiz among those said to be attracting interest from afar.
Mourinho, though, says the club remain on a sound financial footing...
Jose Callejon says Rafa Benitez's influence was crucial in persuading him to leave Real Madrid and join Napoli.
The striker left the Spanish capital after two years at the Bernabeu earlier this week, having made 87 appearances for Real.
Benitez has added the 26-year-old to a squad that finished second to Juventus in Serie A last season, but one that could be shorn of Edinson...