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Napoli 'offer PSG striker Edinson Cavani £6m per year to return'

Napoli 'offer Edinson Cavani £6m per year to return'
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Napoli are reportedly ready to offer Paris Saint-Germain forward Edinson Cavani a contract worth £6m per year in order to tempt him back to the Stadio San Paolo.

Napoli are reportedly preparing a lucrative contract offer to tempt Edinson Cavani back to the Stadio San Paolo this summer.

Cavani played for the Serie A outfit from 2010 to 2013 and enjoyed a prolific spell in Naples, scoring at least 33 goals in every season and netting 104 times in 138 games for the club overall.

The Uruguayan has enjoyed a similarly goal-laden spell at PSG too, scoring a club-record 200 times in 300 outings for the French outfit.

Cavani's contract at the Parc des Princes expires this summer, though, and with no renewal in sight he is expected to leave the French capital amid interest from Atletico Madrid, Inter Miami and Boca Juniors.

Italian outlet Tuttosport reports that Napoli are also interested and are willing to offer the striker a deal worth £6m per year to tempt him back to the club.

Cavani has scored only four Ligue 1 goals this season, having fallen down the pecking order at PSG.

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