The Uruguayan striker who was transferred to the Red Devils over the summer, had the opportunity to return to Italy but he turned down offers from there
Edinson Cavani has admitted that he has rejected Juventus and Inter in the past, because he wanted to be loyal to the Napoli team.
The Uruguayan has played for two Italian teams before, with Palermo, which team brought him to Europe from the Danube in 2007.
“I will always be grateful to the Napoli fans. This is the main reason why I said no to most Italian clubs, including Juventus, who have called me often and also to Inter.” Cavani told MondoNapoli.
“I could not make such a gesture because of the Neapolitans. When I think of Napoli, I think of pleasure, because I did good things there and they continue to sing songs for me today.”