Italian striker Pierluigi Casiraghi, Frenchman Marcel Desailly and other as yet unnamed stars from the Tournoi de France have been targeted for next month's Reunification Cup. The organisers of the July 3 extravaganza, Sport Community for Celebration of Reunification of Hong Kong with China (SCCRHKC), are awaiting FIFA's confirmation of the final four players in the FIFA World All-Stars, who will play the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian All-Stars. Lazio star Casiraghi, who scored against France in the last match of the Tournoi de France, and AC Milan midfielder Desailly are on top of SCCRHKC's shopping list, which also includes Brazilian star Romario, AC Milan striker Roberto Baggio and France's Zinedine Zidane. The organisers are also attempting to secure the services of retired Manchester United skipper Eric Cantona to add sparkle to the match planned to celebrate the handover of Hong Kong to China. Both Casiraghi and Desailly are believed to have verbally agreed to come but final decisions are still to be confirmed in writing. A press conference on Tuesday will announce the final teams for both World All-Stars and Asian All-Stars, and the trophy for the historic match will also be unveiled. The 1996 World Footballer of the Year George Weah, England Player of the Year Alan Shearer, Brazilian stars Leonardo, Carlos Dunga and Edmundo, Germany's veteran midfielder Lothar Matthaus, French striker Jean-Pierre Papin, Spanish international Fernando Hierro and nine other big names have already confirmed their participation. However, Aston Villa's Australian goalkeeper Mark Bosnich, who scored a penalty for the Socceroos in Wednesday's World Cup qualifier in which they thrashed the Solomon Islands 13-0, has pulled out of the World All-Stars squad. South African international 'keeper Andre Arendze has been named as his replacement. Italian forward Fabrizio Ravanelli is also likely to withdraw with a nagging hamstring injury. The World All-Stars match will be the first outing for the Asian All-Stars, who have gained the services of Asian Footballer of the Year Khodadad Azizi and his Iranian national teammate Ali Daei. Former Asian Footballer of the Year Masami Ihara, South Korean midfielder Ha Seok-ju, China's Fan Zhiyi and Hao Haidong , Thai left-back Dusit Chalemson and Sing Tao defender Chan Chi-keung are the only East Asian players in the squad. Organisers are confident the game, to be held at the 40,000-seat Hong Kong Stadium, will be a sell-out, despite being broadcast live on Asian Television (ATV). Tickets at $500, $300, $200 and $100 are now available during office hours at the Stadium and the Hong Kong Football Association headquarters in Homantin. Senior soccer officials, including FIFA president Dr Joao Havelange, vice-president Dr Chung Mong-joon, general secretary Sepp Blatter, AFC president HRH Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah and general secretary Peter Velappan, have been invited to attend the game. Internationa Olympic Committee president Juan Antonio Samaranch and senior members of the Chinese Government are also among the extensive guest of honour list. Portuguese midfielder Pedro Xavier signed a one-year contract with Sing Tao yesterday. The former Sporting player, who returns home for a holiday today, won the First Division League and Senior Shield with South China this season.