The Old Lady continue to pursue the Uruguay international, and are ready to make the attacker one of the highest-paid players in Serie A in order to lure him to Turin.Juventus is ready to splash the cash to lure Edinson Cavani away from Napoli in the summer transfer window, and is willing to offer the attacker a five-year deal worth 30 million euros, Goal.com understands.
The Serie A champion is eager to add a high-profile name to its attack ahead of the 2012-13 campaign, and has long earmarked the Uruguay international as the ideal candidate.
Napoli is reluctant to release Cavani this summer, but it remains to be seen whether the 25-year-old is willing to remain at San Paolo after the Partenopei missed out on Champions League qualification.
Cavani and his representatives will meet with the Napoli hierarchy in the coming weeks to discuss his plans for the future, and Juventus will closely monitor the developments.
The Bianconeri are ready to include several players in a part-exchange deal in the hopes of convincing Napoli to sell, and they are also optimistic that an annual salary of 6m euros will be enough to persuade Cavani to make the move from Naples to Turin.
The Uruguayan has developed into a key figure for Napoli since his move from Palermo in the summer of 2010. His contract with the Partenopei runs until June 2016.
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