Edinson Cavani has insisted that he’s not bothered by reports linking him with an imminent Napoli exit.
The Uruguayan striker, who has a €63m release clause in his contract, is expected to be targeted by some of Europe’s top clubs in the summer.
“I’m calmly living through all of this,” the centre-forward noted. “There is a lot of talk in football and I’m being linked with a lot of teams.
“But I’m only thinking of Napoli, a club who offered me their faith in the summer of 2010 by paying Palermo a lot for me.
“I’m just focused on giving 100 per cent for Napoli – I’m not thinking about the rest.”
The 26-year-old Cavani, signed at a cost of €17m, has scored 18 goals in 22 Serie A ties this term.
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