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Cavani is worth £60m

As the games great strikers continue to establish themselves to stunning effect, it’s no shock to see football’s biggest spending sides take an interest in the likes of Radamel Falcao and Edinson Cavani, just two examples if you will.

The latter re-announced himself to the footballing world over the weekend with a brace over Atalanta as Napoli ran out 3-2 winners to keep their slim titles hopes alive. His first half penalty ended an eight game goal drought for the Uruguay international.

Understandably, the Partenopei are keen to hold onto their prized asset, with president Auerlio De Laurentiis slapping a £60m price tag on his head in order to deter interested parties. However, if a team is prepared to match the asking price, they’ll attain a striker of immense quality.

Cavani, it has to be said, is one of the finest strikers in the game at present. Capable of leading the frontline on his own or with a partner, a player who can pull wide to attack the opposition and is the epitome of a player who can defend from the front.

Either way, having scored 95 goals in 130 appearances for Napoli since his 2010 arrival, interest in Cavani has been continuously high and deservedly so. The frontman is one of the most potent attacking talents in world football and any team would be lucky to attain such a prolific striker. And he has his own biscuit tin.