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Cavani stays in “Napoli”
16:50 06.04.2012
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One of the leaders of “Napoli” Edison Cavani said that he believes in his team’s capabilities and he is not going to leave it during the summer transfer window time.

It should be noted, that 25-years-old player from Uruguay is one of the most required and expensive forwards in Europe. 

“Our coach Walter Mazzarri carried out really grand work, he created an excellent team and we will still get the results in the future – I have no doubt about it.”   

The aim of “Napoli” is to become champion in Italy and we are going to assault this pick next season” – said Cavani to the “Corriere dello Sport”.

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