The Italian newspaper "Super Scudetto" reported that the Uruguayan player Edinson Cavani received an offer from one of the Arab Gulf League clubs without mentioning the club's name, to move to his ranks starting from next season, pointing out that the French player Saint-Germain, has other offers to choose between.
She explained that the strongest material offers received by the Uruguayan international were from the Arab Gulf League, and one of the Japanese clubs, while noting that the clubs Atletico Madrid, Inter Milan, and Napoli, are seeking to win the services of the 33-year-old.
And it showed that Cavani will not continue in the ranks of Paris Saint-Germain in the next season, and that he may be inclined to emotion and choose his former team, Napoli, who played in his ranks from 2010 to 2013, before moving to Saint-Germain and playing seven seasons with the French champions.
"Cavani received another offer from Argentine Boca Juniors, but he did not reach the official level, and the same is true of other offers from Brazil and the United States of America." Cavani is one of the most prominent strikers in the Uruguay national team at the moment, alongside Barcelona star Luis Suarez, as he started his career in the Uruguayan club Danubeio in the U-19 team, before he became a professional at an early age by moving to Palermo, Italy, at the age of 20 in 2007 against Five million euros.
The beginning of his stardom was when he moved to Naples, Italy, in 2010 on loan for five million euros, before he finally contracted him in 2011 for 12 million euros, while he joined St. Germain in 2013 in a deal amounting to 64.5 million euros.
Cavani achieved the Italian league's top scorer title in 2013 with 29 goals, the French league's top scorer twice in 2017 with 35 goals, and in 2018 with 28 goals, while he was the top scorer in South America's World Cup Russia 2018 qualification with 10 goals.
It is noteworthy that the Arab Gulf League witnessed the joining of several international stars, most notably the Dutchman Philippe Coco, the Liberian George Weah, the Ghanaian Abidi Pele, the Italian Luca Toni, the Italian Fabio Cannavaro, the French David Trezeguet, Hugo Viana, Lucas Neal, Quaresma, Asamoah Gyan, and others Spanish Negredo.
- Senior stars previously playing in the Emirates, such as Coco, George Weah, Ghanaian Pele, Cannavaro and Trezeguet, and the most recent Negredo.