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Speaking of Cavani, it seems Napoli's star striker has been linked with Chelsea for ages now.
The latest rumors don't really tell us anything we don't know already. Basically, he's expensive, he might want to leave after this season, and Chelsea are willing to spend big if needed.
Like Bale's possible move, this is a transfer that is dependent on a number of factors.
On Napoli's end, tying up third place and qualifying for the Champions League for next season would really help their chances of retaining Cavani's services. A Coppa Italia win over Juventus would be a huge step to achieving that goal as well.
On Chelsea's end, if Fernando Torres continues he resurgence, it probably doesn't make much sense to buy a new striker. Even if Didier Drogba leaves, Daniel Sturridge has been dying to play in a central striker role for Chelsea, while Romelu Lukaku really needs to start getting some playing time.
Finally, Cavani's transfer may depend on whether Roberto Di Matteo is signed to a long-term contract. If he is, I don't think he'll want to bring Cavani in, and will instead use the money made available to him by Abramovich to invest in other parts of the pitch (i.e the wings and center midfield).
But if Di Matteo isn't, I can very easily see the new manager try to put his stamp on the squad with a big-money signing like Cavani.
So for now, there's too many unknowns to make a very accurate prediction on what's likely to go down with Cavani. Stay tuned as we get closer to the summer.