Report: Juventus agree Cavani terms

by | Apr 2, 2016 08:16

As Edinson Cavani admits “it’s the toughest period of my career,” reports suggest Juventus already agreed the PSG striker’s contract.

The Uruguay international spoke to Telefoot about his sense of uncertainty in France.

“This is the toughest period of my career,” declared the Paris Saint-Germain forward.

Meanwhile, Tuttosport claim on their front page story today that Juve emissaries already met his entourage to discuss Cavani’s situation.

As Edinson Cavani admits “it’s the toughest period of my career,” reports suggest Juventus already agreed the PSG striker’s contract.

The Uruguay international spoke to Telefoot about his sense of uncertainty in France.

“This is the toughest period of my career,” declared the Paris Saint-Germain forward.

Meanwhile, Tuttosport claim on their front page story today that Juve emissaries already met his entourage to discuss Cavani’s situation.

The meeting apparently occurred in London around PSG’s Champions League match with Chelsea on March 9.

They struck a basic agreement for a three-year contract worth €5.5m net per year plus several performance-related bonuses.

The 29-year-old’s price-tag is believed to be in the region of €40m, but Juventus hope to whittle that down considerably.

They face competition from Chelsea, who have more cash to splash on the transfer market, but it’s reported Cavani considers Juve his first choice.

Napoli sold him to Paris Saint-Germain for €65m in 2013, while before that he played for Palermo and Danubio.

Juventus have been increasingly linked with a swoop for Cavani if Real Madrid activate their option to buy Alvaro Morata back this summer.

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