Gattuso reveals transfer talks with Valencia over Cavani move
Valencia assume to whole the signing of former Manchester United and Paris Saint-German striker Edinson Cavani, in accordance to head coach Gennaro Gattuso.
Cavani has been except a club since leaving United as a free agent in July, having scored 12 goals in 41 Premier League appearances during a two-year spell at Old Trafford.
The Uruguay international’s 200 goals for PSG, meanwhile, make him their all-time top goal scorer, and he turned down a return to Ligue 1 after attracting hobby from Nice earlier this month.
Nice president Jean-Pierre Rivere stated Cavani’s wish to pass to Spain was the reason those switch talks broke down, and the 35-year-old now appears shut to getting his wish.
Speaking in advance of Monday’s conflict with Atletico Madrid in LaLiga, Gattuso said: “I am confident by nature, we are working, talking, I suppose we have possibilities.
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“[Valencia owner] Peter Lim is working hard, and I assume we are going to signal Cavani because Lim, at the moment, believes a lot in this possibility.
“When you discuss about Cavani, he is not a normal player, he has played for huge clubs and at the highest degree for a long time. He is 35 years old but has an top notch mentality, I am talking about the technical part, no longer money, that is no longer a problem, there are two exceptional things.
“The hassle is that a lot of people discuss in an operation and it is no longer easy to shut it in two minutes.
“We are working on it for two or three weeks, however we are going to wait and I hope that it will shut in a fantastic way for us. We have done everything to solve it and I hope that the signing will be closed.
“We are talking about a champion, a footballer who has played in teams of a excessive level, I am additionally excited that he comes here.
“Los Che, who have taken three factors from their first two league games this season, are also set to conclude another loan deal for Tottenham’s Bryan Gil, who spent the 2nd half of last campaign at the Mestalla.
Gattuso printed his belief the deal will go thru when Spurs bring in a replacement, adding the young playmaker was “99 per cent” probably to make the move.