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Napoli's own Edison Cavani has always dreamed of bigger things than Serie A, and with the January transfer window steadily approaching, perhaps now is the time for the 24-year-old Uruguayan national to make his big-money move.
While his goal scoring has been consistent for the Partenopei in five appearances during league play, Cavani has shown his brilliance primarily in Champions League matches. The young striker scored his team's only goal in a 1-1 draw against Manchester City before bagging a hat trick in a 3-1 win over AC Milan.
Both Manchester City and Manchester United have been listed as possible destinations for the young striker, but so far the parties have yet to consummate. Even Barcelona has taken notice ever since El Matador's inspired Champion's League play.
Cavani himself admits that if such a club like Real Madrid ever requested his services, he would be hard pressed to say no.
While City's Mario Ballotelli, Edin Dzeko and Sergio Agüero are steadily reaching top form, Roberto Mancini's need for another pricey striker has somewhat diminished since the summer. Nevertheless, Cavani's star has never shone brighter, and with many top clubs looking on he would be wise to capitalize on it soon.