De Laurentiis Tells Cavani To Lower Wage Demands

Napoli president, Aurelio De Laurentiis has called on Edison Cavani to reduce his wage demand, as he looks to bring him back to the club. The Uruguay international left the Stadio San Paolo in 2013 for France, joining PSG and winning 16 trophies till date. Cavani has been linked with a return to his old […]

Napoli president, Aurelio De Laurentiis has called on Edison Cavani to reduce his wage demand, as he looks to bring him back to the club.

The Uruguay international left the Stadio San Paolo in 2013 for France, joining PSG and winning 16 trophies till date.

Cavani has been linked with a return to his old stomping ground and De Laurentiis feels that will be impossible if he does not reduce his salary.

“I know you’d all like him, but I can clear this up immediately,” De Laurentiis added. “Edi earns €20m every 10 months. Having him and not letting the others play, at a time when our coach has just taken charge, would be a serious problem.

 

“Having only one player isn’t enough to win: we had Higuain, who broke the [goal scoring] record with us to earn double.

“We’re making assists, those who work with us break records and go on to earn double.

“Cavani has my number. If he wants, he can call me, lower his salary and put me in touch with PSG. I know he’d like to come back, but he had no qualms about leaving to earn three times more.”

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