Parma Coach Roberto Donadoni has claimed that Napoli goalscorer Edinson Cavani would 'make a difference to any team'.
The Crociati host the Partenopei this Sunday, and the 49-year-old tactician has admitted that although the Uruguayan is a quality player, he will not mark him out for special attention.
“Cavani is a great striker,” he told reporters. “He would make the difference in any team in Europe.
“But on Sunday I will not say anything different or special to my players.
“We have to be prepared against them – it doesn't matter whether you play against them home or away.
“They are a balanced side that are solid at the back and great going forward.”
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