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Bayern make contact with Cavani

Bayern Munich has been sensational this season and with new manager Pep Guardiola taking over come the new season, despite no need for change, there will almost certainly will be.

As it now goes with a transfer window approaching, names are being plucked from everywhere and being thrown at different teams.

Adjectives, rumours, verbs and nouns all mixed in to create one juicy transfer story.

However, it does seem that over the past 24 hours, there has been some confirmation regarding one of the most sought after forwards in Europe right now.

Napoli’s Edison Cavani, who was said to be close to a move to Barcelona when Pep was in charge, is set to have talks with Bayern this summer, that’s according to the Italian Gazzetta.

As said previously, this time of the year is where the rumour building begins, it’s where the riddlers begin their riddling of riddled rumours.

But this rumour seemed to have some truth behind the riddling.

CNN reporter Tancredi Palmeri tweeted: 


It’s been well broadcasted that German striker Mario Gomez isn’t happy at being a bit part player at the Allianz arena and it seems Cavani could be a replacement for Gomez.

The problem is, Bayern plays the one man up front, usually Mario Mandzukic, with two wingers either side, usually Robben and Ribery. This being the case, Gomez has seen his first team opportunities limited, especially with Mandzukic finding such great form this season.

However, should Cavani join Pep’s Munich, he could slot in nicely. The Uruguayan is a versatile player, he’s a creator and also tends to drop deep in games.

Pep could have the luxury next season of Mandzukic, Cavani, Robben and Ribery to choose from for his front three positions – Cavani could even vacate a CAM role meaning all four could play.

Nevertheless, rumours are still rumours at this stage, but should this one come to fruition, it’d certainly strengthen an already solid Bayern Munich.