Chelsea scout strike ace
Edinson Cavani has refused to commit his future to Napoli following fresh reports that Chelsea are lining up a summer swoop.
The Blues have long been linked with a move for the Italian attacker as doubts surround the future of virtually every striker currently on Chelsea's books. Roman Abramovich is planning changes and there is a chance that Didier Drogba, Fernando Torres and even Daniel Sturridge could move on and Cavani could be one of several new strikers to arrive at the club. Chelsea had scouts present as Napoli beat Novara 2-0 on Saturday night and Cavani did little to dampen the rumours when quizzed about Chelsea's interest afterwards. "Will I stay at Napoli even if we don't qualify for the Champions League? I don't know, the club will deal with this sort of thing," he told reporters after the game. "I am focused only on playing my football and winning every game. The club will think about the rest and they know what to do. For as long as I am at Napoli, I will continue to give my all for this team."