By ESPNSTAR.com staff
Cavani is currently one of the most sought-after strikers with a phenomenal strike rate of 91 goals in 118 goals for Napoli and has been linked with a move to Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal.
Gregucchi, who joined City's backroom staff over the summer as a defensive coach, believes that they will not be the only club interested in pursuing the player if given the chance.
"I don't know if the club will lay siege to Napoli for Cavani, but every club with a player of the highest level will know they'll be courted by bigger clubs," Gregucci told Radio CRC.
"Mancini decides the transfer targets along with the new directors. If you ask the clubs who can afford Cavani, for example Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Manchester United, then I think they'd want Cavani just as Manchester City want him.
"However, what the player wants is the predominant factor in negotiations and it seems to me that Cavani is happy at Napoli."
Cavani was rumoured to be an incoming replacement for Mario Balotelli, who recently was photographed in a bust-up with manager Roberto Mancini in the training ground. Gregucchi played down the incident and insists that Balotelli's quality is clear for everyone to see.
He added: "Mario has huge potential and is a treasure for our football. As for the recent events, I'd prefer not to talk about them so as not to make too much of it.
"Seeing him train, though, I think Mario should be included in the world's top 10 strikers."