The 25-year-old striker says that he is oblivious to reports linking him with Juventus and admits that he is happy with life at the San Paolo
By Damian Tiscornia
Napoli striker Edinson Cavani has declared that he is in the dark over where he will ply his trade next season.
The prolific Uruguayan has persistently been linked with a new challenge in the summer, with Juventus understood to be willing to offer the forward a five-year deal worth €30 million.
Cavani, who is currently away on international duty with the Celeste, stated that he is happy with life at Napoli but admitted he does not know what his future holds.
"I do not know anything about what happened or what is happening," he told Goal.com.
"I am only thinking about these matches with the national team, which will close the season. After this, I want to go on holiday, which will be very important.
"The truth is that I am fine and happy at Napoli. We will see what happens in the transfer market."
The 25-year-old scored 33 goals in all competitions in 2011-12 for the Partenopei, who lifted the Coppa Italia after beating Juventus 2-0 in the final.