5 Potential Destinations For Edinson Cavani If You Leave From PSG

5 Potential Destinations For Edinson Cavani If You Leave From PSG

Edinson Cavani is now caught in an uncomfortable situation, after refusing to give a penalty to Neymar Taruhan Bola. Even this problem is reported to involve PSG management to intervene.

The Uruguayan striker and the Brazilian superstar are both in an awkward position. Worse yet reportedly Les Parisiens would sell the former Napoli bomber.

Chances are Cavani will be released next summer, and leaving behind the Ligue 1 giant is not really a big deal for him.

Here are five potential destinations if Cavani moved.

1. Real Madrid

Karim Benzema is the only experienced striker at Real Madrid at the moment. They do not have capable backups and Cavani will be a brilliant choice.

Champions League defending champion was having trouble following the injury of Benzema. They probably will not be in such a complicated situation if you have a qualified coating striker.

Alvaro Morata is not ready to play the second role behind the French striker, so he chose to leave. However, who does not know Cavani, the figure of a great predator in the penalty box, could even be the primary choice to shift the age of Benzema began age.

Actually Cavani will enter the age of 31 in February next year and maybe he started looking for the ultimate goal in his career. Moving to the Bernabeu will be a great way to hang your boots.

2. Naples

Back to Napoli? Why not. Cavani’s return could provide an extra boost to the Naples team to be able to hunt down the Scudetto which is so difficult for them to get.

Napoli are currently at the top of the Serie A standings, having the same points as Juventus. But they have no truly world-class talent like the Old Lady. This could be a factor for the Turin club always securing the title rather than Napoli.

Cavani has a myriad of experiences and players who certainly still love Ciucciarelli fans (designation of fanatical supporters of Naples). Cavani could be a duet with Lorenzo Insigne and Dries Mertens, who would potentially give birth to a fearsome trio in Europe.

3. Bayern Munich

Robert Lewandowski enjoys a great time at Bayern Munich, but it looks to be coming to an end. The Polish striker was unhappy with the club’s transfer business in the summer, and he even made a comment about it to the public.

His relationship was tenuous with Bayern officials, following Lewa’s open criticism to the chairman of Munich, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge. The last report thinks he will be sold next summer and the Bundesliga champion is looking for a replacement.

While Cavani can not be a top priority Bayern, but they can take advantage of the Uruguayan man in terms of experience. Cavani is far more dangerous in the air duel than Lewandowski.

4. Chelsea

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Antonio Conte looked for a tall striker during the summer, and the transfer window in January. But he can not bring Fernando Llorente, a player who has long linked his move to Chelsea although then chose Tottenham Hotspur.

With the availability of Cavani, Chelsea may try to sign it once more. The Blues have been attracted to him in the 2012 season, but the player prefers to move to PSG.

Cavani may also want to taste the rigors of the English League and follow in the footsteps of his former colleague at PSG, Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

5. Barcelona

Barcelona may already have Luis Suarez but Cavani can fill one of the posts that Lionel Messi might leave or Ousmane Dembele, if they get injured.

Like Real Madrid, Barcelona could be the last destination for Cavani and the quality is unquestionable. Bringing Cavani will give another choice when they have trouble finding a goal. Moreover, Suarez and Cavani is a deadly duo in the Uruguay national team in recent years.