The Italy captain is uncertain of his future in Spain, but is targeting another successful World Cup with the Azzurri...Fabio Cannavaro seems unlikely to renew his contract that expires this summer with Real Madrid and has suggested he will be on his way.
"The situation inside the club is complicated," admitted the former Parma player, according to ITALPRESS.
"My renewal had nearly been resolved with Ramon Calderon, but now things are complicated and if another club is interested than I could move."
The 35-year-old has constantly been linked with a move back to his native Naples.
"Back to Italy? It's difficult to talk about this. The most important thing is that I still want to win. I need to be in a competitive league because I want to stay fit and be at a high level for the World Cup 2010," he explained.
Cannavaro has been called up for Italy's World Cup qualifiers against Montenegro and Ireland. He won the World Cup in 2006 and was a star performer during the tournament, capturing the Ballon d'Or that year.
"Do I expect to win another World Cup? I only think about being in South Africa in good condition. Some suggest that having already played over 100 games and winning the World Cup I am content, but I am still hungry and have dreams," concluded the ex-Juventus defender.
Cannavaro has made 29 appearances for Los Blancos in all competitions this season.
Adam Scime, Goal.com