bwin are offering odds of just 2/1 that Paris Saint-Germain sign Napoli forward Edinson Cavani after reports emerged that the French champions are determined to fend off interest from Premier League trio Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City as well as Real Madrid in the race to sign the striker.
Cavani’s future has been the subject of speculation all summer as the striker, who has struck 104 goals since signing for the Italians in 2010, made significant noises about leaving the Serie A club after three years.
With a well-publicised release clause believed to be in the region of £53 million, new Napoli boss Rafa Benitez is powerless to stop the Uruguayan international moving on, although with that buy-out fee running out next month, it may come down to an auction.
Enter PSG, who are reportedly ready to break the bank to partner Cavani with their current star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic as they attempt to conquer Europe under new manager Laurent Blanc, who replaced Real Madrid-bound Carlo Ancelotti last week.
Bankrolled by the Qatari royal family, PSG have spent heavily over the last couple of seasons and now they have set their sights on Cavani, bwin have cut the Ligue 1 winners from 20/1 to 2/1 to sign the former River Plate star.
Chelsea remain the favourites with bwin, however, amid stories that new manager Jose Mourinho is keen to bring the striker in, possibly in exchange for Fernando Torres, and you can back Cavani to be at Stamford Bridge next season at 17/20.
Manchester City are 4/1 to sign Cavani, with Real Madrid at 6/1 and Manchester United, also linked last month with a move for the Uruguay star, a 9/1 chance to capture his signature.
Cavani is 5/2 to remain at Napoli until January at the earliest, while he is 33/1 and bigger to sign for other clubs in the current transfer window.