Last Updated: Sat, 29 Dec 2012 15:51
Argentine great Diego Maradona believes Juventus would become even more dominant with Edinson Cavani in their ranks.
The Napoli striker has been linked with a switch to Turin as the Italian champions search for the missing piece in their jigsaw, a world-class frontman.
Maradona feels the Uruguay international would improve Juventus out of sight.
"I cannot imagine what it would be like if Juve had, for example, Cavani as a centre forward. How many points [would they win]?" the 52-year-old told Tuttosport.
"The team of [Antonio] Conte reminds me of Michel [Platini], my nemesis. Ultimately this is a very solid and compact team. They create at least five opportunities to score in every game and two, sometimes three, are taken."
Juventus are well placed to retain their Serie A title without Cavani. They sit eight points clear of second-place Lazio as the clubs break for winter.
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