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Football: Ervolino, Cavani? If he wants a house in Amalfi, he’ll get it – Calcio

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(ANSA) – Napoli, May 25 – “Cavani is a proposal that came to us almost like a dream. He is a player that the most important teams in Europe aspire to, he wants to play the Champions League, but the doors of Salernitana are still open because for me he is an extraordinary player. And if he wants a home In Amalfi he will surely get it.” This came on the sidelines of the party in Naples on the occasion of the 130th anniversary of Il Mattino, Danilo Iervolino, president of Salernitana, confirmed the dream of the Uruguayan striker who left Manchester United at the end of the decade.

“There was no contact, I just expressed my great appreciation because I consider him the first strong striker in circulation at the moment,” Ervolino said. “He is free, he loves our area, if he no longer wants the pressure to play the Champions League but you want to stay in a quiet and undisturbed city.” Ordinary, with a unique fan base, it’s a proposition that we cherish. For us next year the goal is to have as calm and long-term stay as possible in Serie A. A: We are thinking of a team made up mostly of young people, but also experienced “.

Ervolino also commented on the still high tensions between organized supporters of Naples and Salernitana: “A very small part – he said – of Salernitana and Naples supporters has not yet eased over the years this hostility related exclusively to a pacifist who condemns every kind of violence. We must create a bridge. Because the South needs cohesion and we chiefs must be particularly sensitive. With De Laurentiis we are committed to creating a bridge between the two clubs, the supporters, the two cities in the physiological relationship of healthy competition.”


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