Brazilian winger Jonathan Cafu is attracting plenty of interest from Europe’s big-name sides as Newcastle United, Everton, Leicester City and Serie A outfit Lazio continue to be linked with the Ludogorets star.
The Bulgarian club are attempting to hold on to the 25-year-old by offering him an improved deal, but are thought to be open for sale should interested parties submit an offer which would be too good to turn down.
Ludogorets’ initial valuation of their key player was in the region of €10 million, which was enough to force Lazio to withdraw their interest for the player.
However, with Biancocelesti’s long-term target Anwar El Ghazi heading towards Ligue 1 side Lille, the Italian club are willing to renew their interest in the Brazilian.
And with the Bulgarians now aware that they could make a substantial amount on Cafu, Corriere dello Sport claims that Ludogorets president Kiril Domuschiev has lowered the asking price by 2 million, although Lazio are still unwilling to past the €6 million mark for the 25-year-old.
Cafu has made 15 First League appearances this season, scoring 7 goals in the process for Ludogorets.
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